Stephanie Eventov’s New Textiles Channel Midcentury Art and Architecture
Stephanie Eventov’s vibrant aesthetic is informed by her many interests, which range from textile arts and architectural geometry to disco, fashion design, and photography. She brings these disparate inspirations together at Society of Wonderland, the Brooklyn studio she founded in 2015.
Take the woven textiles collection Series .21. Its five performance upholstery fabrics channel midcentury art and architecture through flowing shapes and rich hues. Jazzy Pierre mixes orderly lines and ovals; Atelier has abstract blocks of colors; and triangles and trapezoids mingle in Tango. (They join earlier textiles including psychedelic Marche, an indoor/outdoor polyester.) For an immersive Wonderland experience, pair upholsteries with wallcoverings like matte vinyl Rewind.
Brentano Takes Upcycling to the Next Level With its Latest Textile
A new chenille by Brentano founder Iris Wang subtly telegraphs the contours of a plastic water bottle and hints at what it’s made of.
Estudio Campana and Paola Lenti Team Up to Eliminate Fabric Waste
The Metamorphosis collection by Estudio Campana and Paola Lenti offers a form of renewal for textile scraps.
Clarence House Draws on Seminal Art and Architecture Movements in New Collection
Clarence House’s spring collection, 20th Century, brings together the art and architecture movements of the modern era into textiles.
8 Conversation-Worthy Fittings and Fixtures
From colorful stained-glass tiles to sleek faucets and architectural-inspired fixtures, these kitchen and bath accents double as conversation starters.
Mix and Match These Italian-Made Washbasins and Trays
Recently unveiled by Relax Design at Cersaie, color and shape dialogue harmoniously in Vivy, a new line of washbasins available in an array of hues.
Art Deco Typography Inspires The Look of This Tile Collection
The typography of the Art Deco era inspires Asha, the first tile collection from New Jersey-based visual artist Lisa Hunt, available in six glazes.