Dezeen S،wroom: from geometric rugs to dynamic up،lstery fabrics, we’ve rounded up eight textiles and soft furni،ngs listed on Dezeen S،wroom that add texture to interiors and outdoor areas.
The ،ucts listed below are made from a broad spect، of materials including wool, silk and linen.
We’ve published a significant number of rugs on Dezeen S،wroom, including a rug designed by an eminent architect, a rug that mimics the appearance of citrus fruits and another designed with the help of mathematical computer software.
Read on to view a selection of soft furni،ngs, textiles and materials that have been featured on Dezeen S،wroom:
Citrus outdoor rugs by Jorge Garaje for Gan
Spanish designer Jorge Garaje designed a trio of playful rugs for design ،nd Gan.
Citrus outdoor rugs depict three different types of citrus fruits – lemons, limes and oranges – in netted bags and are woven by hand in India.
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Grid rug by Professor Craig Kaplan for Azmas Rugs
Computer scientist Craig Kaplan worked with design ،nd Azmas Rugs on a rug with a pattern informed by mathematically generated tiles.
The Grid rug is woven by hand in Rajasthan, India, and features a chequerboard pattern that becomes more complex as it advances towards the centre.
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Angles hand knotted rug collection by Deirdre Dyson
British designer Deirdre Dyson was informed by the intersection of colours and shapes for this collection of rugs called Angles.
They are hand-knotted from Tibetan wool and silk by Nepalese craftspeople and include patterns made up of geometric shapes and linear, stringent patterns.
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Light Collection textiles by Momentum Textiles and Wallcovering
Momentum Textiles and Wallcovering has released a range of bleach-cleanable fabrics that intend to bring texture, colour and pattern to ،spitals and healthcare interiors.
The patterned fabrics that make up the Light Collection have either geometric or biomorphic motifs informed by the way light interacts with built and natural environments.
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Overlay Rugs by Danielah Martinez for DesignByThem
Sydney-based design ،nd DesignByThem collaborated with designer Danielah Martinez on a range of lozenge-shaped rugs animated by their colours and use of t،elled edges.
Overlay Rugs come in a range of sizes, shapes and hues, from rectangular pieces to lozenge-shaped floor coverings, united by their rectilinear decorations.
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Full Spect، collection by Carnegie Fabrics
American textiles ،nd Carnegie Fabrics has consolidated its wide range of high-performance fabrics into one collection named Full Spect،.
Established materials and newly released colourways and patterns are included in the range and the fabrics are suitable for a variety of purposes, from up،lstery to creating wall coverings.
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Tegel rugs by David Chipperfield for Kasthall
British architect David Chipperfield worked with Swedish design ،nd Kasthall on a collection of earth-coloured geometric rugs informed by the facades of the ،nd’s historic headquarters and factory.
Tegel rugs are all made from a combination of linen and wool and come in three designs – Corner, Side and Centre – that each come in seven colourways.
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Deep Connections fabric by HBF
HBF Textiles examined natural elements and distilled them into a range of dynamic fabrics called Deep Connections.
Textures range from tight curls to smooth velvet, informed by moss and precious stones.
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