The Dutch design duo, in their latest collaboration with Maharam, found inspiration in both the centuries-old needlework and De Stijl for its "Darning Sampler" line.
Dutch designer Mae Engelgeer's three new releases in the Matter collection betray a fascination—seldom seen in commercial fabrics—with touch, richness, and contrast.
The Dutch doyenne of design curated an exhibition with fashion brand Eileen Fisher for Milan Design Week on textile recycling and Edelkoort plans to tackle sustainability in her new Parsons MFA textile program.
In light of the passing of Florence Knoll Bassett, Metropolis has republished this 2017 article to our homepage.
A panel of contemporary creatives gathered at Manhattan’s Vitra Pop-Up to discuss the textile artist’s legacy and the future of the medium.
In the 1940s, Knoll Bassett excised the chintzes and florals from upholstery and partnered with new mills to develop timeless, thoughtfully textured fabrics.
After running her own textile company for 25 years, the designer is now bringing her brand and inimitable creative process to Momentum Group.
A new book, "Marguerita Mergentime: American Textiles, Modern Ideas," explores this little-known designer's outsize influence.
This summer, the Danish textile designer partnered with Adidas to update a classic pair of Stan Smiths and is now preparing to publish a new volume of her work.
The Grid Book wants to show us that the history of building, composing, computing, mapping, lending, painting, printing, trading, and writing—the history of modern existence, in other words—is really a history of the grid. This is ambitious. By a bit…