Concept for a curtain collection inspired by a forest in the mist of the morning.
Consisting of three kinds of fabrics: Raster, Schors and Mos.
The light follows an optical rhythm through the nervures and ramifications of the trees. The misted white air vaporizes into soft
marchiness and separates. The twig grid forces sight and blindness through a structure.
Structured bark consisting of several layers. Thin and thick lines cross each other and give volume. An arrangement of a fast
number of threads.
On the ground a soft mat is enclosed by leaves and branches. A damp sparkle links soft, hard and wet. The moss blends with the
The yarns are melted together without using a binding
The yarns are melted on the fabric using a heat press
Tufted fabrics with a plastic coating
This project was an assignment of the Textile Minor
Tutored by Saskia van Gelder, Helen de Leur and Brigitte Dalmaijer at the Design Academy Eindhoven