Thanks Interior Design Magazine for featuring my hanging panel collection for FilzFelt in the Fall Market Tabloid issue! It’s great to be in the company of so many talented designers. View the full collection of hanging panels here.
My Stripes Floor Mat Collection for FilzFelt just launched. The limited edition collection combines my favorite natural material with my love of all things striped and sustainable. Stripes Floor Mats are made from reclaimed post-industrial remnant felt that is cut and bound together with a zigzag stitch in durable grey nylon thread. Each of the three sizes (large 6×9, medium 4×6, and a 2×8 runner) is available in two colorways that feature neutral greys with pops of color here and there. The collection is available for purchase exclusively on filzfelt.com, while inventory lasts. …
I was thrilled to see the advertising campaign for The Kelly Harris Smith Collection for FilzFelt in a recent issue of Interior Design magazine. The Arrow hanging panel featured is perhaps my favorite of the seven new patterns, although all of the designs are intended to provide varying areas of opacity and transparency through strategic placement of the patterning.
Thanks Contract Magazine for featuring my hanging panel collection for FilzFelt in the September issue! Link to the spread here.
I was delighted to share some of my favorite current products for retail interiors with Contract Magazine. Products include Metallics by 3Form, Palindrome by Rich Brilliant Willing, and Shade by Chilewich. Take a look at the full issue here.
My hanging panel collection for FilzFelt launched earlier this month. This photo shows me in my studio with my favorite pattern, Arrow. The patterns were designed following the success of some of my earlier work for FilzFelt, including this popular one. The seven hanging panel designs—Arch, Arrow, Dash, Dot, Loop, Pitch, and Square—begin with the seemingly straightforward circle, triangle, and square. But by combining, repeating, and scaling, the shapes form complex patterning inspired by halftone reprographic techniques. Repeated shapes shift in scale and spacing to create a gradient-like effect. The intentional location of each pattern’s opacity allows a bit more…
Core77 thoroughly reviewed the 2017 Wanted Design Student Workshop, themed “HyperHybrid.” It was fantastic to be the textile mentor this year and to be surrounded by such creative talent. The photo below shows the students, mentors, critics and WantedDesign founders at the final review. Check out the projects on Core77 here.