Saturday Indesign 2019, VIC
In partnership with James Dunlop Textiles, we presented Double Take: Seventies Maximalism vs Artisanal Craft for Saturday Indesign 2019. Splitting our Richmond showroom in half, we presented these polar themes with a selection of new furniture and textile designs.
In a continuation of the theme, the team from WMK Architecture conceived two installations around a new sofa design, the Jay Sofa. Aptly named Fabricated Forms these two installations comprised of 817 cardboard fabric cores, cut to 12 different lengths, individually wrapped in a dozen different fabrics, and arranged in a wave-like formation in the front half of our Richmond Showroom. With a restrained and textured palette on one side, and a bold 'more is more' approach on the other, the expression was a true example of the transformative power of textiles and colour.
With thanks to all involved.
Stylist: Steve Cordony
Photographer: Nicole England
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The Transformative Nature Of Textiles with James Dunlop for Saturday Indesign 2019