Adroyt visits the Paris Deco Off show in Paris to see the latest trends in fabrics, one of which is a proliferation of menswear patterns being used for upholstery and drapery fabrics, and wallpaper patterns. We give you the scoop with great images so you can see for yourself!
Our previous post covered the color trends we saw during Heimtextil. Today we’re going to look at the most prominent hues we spotted during Maison ...
When we transitioned adroyt away from WordPress, we had to shutter posts that we felt were worthy of being seen so we’re featuring them in this series “From the Archives.” The reason we feel this post is worthy is because SLO architects took what trashes NYC's sidewalks and turned the refuse into an ethereal sculpture.
In 2012, architects Matt Compeau and Bi-Ying Miao, in collaboration with Levitt Goodman Architects, submitted a 3D-printed spinal sculpture using the shape of the Eames chair to the reDesign2012 project at the Textile Museum of Canada. The organic wrapping spiral beautifully evokes the interior of a shell.
When I strolled into Paris’ Centre Pompidou to walk through Patrick Jouin’s exhibition with the designer in 2010, I met a slim, handsome man in dapper clothes that contrasted the motorcycle helmet casually slung over his forearm. This summed up the paradox I would find in Patrick Jouin: La Substance du Design.
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