July 6, 2022
Two Lively Fabrics Fit for Commercial Applications
A new contract fabric collection by Sina Pearson, the grande dame of textile design, draws on her Nordic heritage. Scandinavia 2.0 features colorful and uplifting geometric motifs tied to memories of Pearson’s “family and travel in the Nordic countries,” she says. The lively patterns have such names as Sweater, Tivoli, and Lapland. They feature polyester yarns in seven or nine different colors woven into durable, bleach-cleanable fabrics that can withstand up to 100,000 double rubs.
Umo, a Mono Material Accent Table, Puts Transparency First
Better known for popular styles than carbon reduction, furniture manufacturer Stylex has been nevertheless expanding its sustainable designs.
A Café Chair Designed for Luxurious Efficiency
A collaboration between Shanghai-based Stellar Works and Connecticut design studio BassamFellows yields a beautiful-yet-functional update on the classic style.
Crafting Vladimir Kagan’s Modernist Legacy
Kagan was an icon of mid-century design. Today, in a humble factory in New Jersey, his furniture lives on.