With her latest textile collection, Suzanne Tick references contemporary craft with textures that riff on hand-woven fabrics, embroidery and woodworking techniques. Focused on bringing comfort and wellness to the end user, the four patterns within are comprised of renewable, recycled and biodegradable materials.
Luum’s first textile to be made from post-consumer recycled biodegradable polyester, Grid State takes inspiration from the textile development process by transforming a dobby weave draft into a vibrant jacquard. Available in 12 colourways, it is bleach-cleanable and can be used for upholstery, wrapped walls and vertical panels and screens.
An elegant and reversible drapery sheer, Gaze is fire-retardant polyester-wool blend made with renewable fibres: The panels have a matte wool face in a soft heathered neutral and a satin polyester reverse in a coordinating hue. Ideal for space division, acoustics and privacy, Gaze is available in six colourways.
Scale Factor is embroidered textile that taps the senses through its visual, acoustic and tactile qualities. Made from Actuate (a technical fabric that contains 40 per cent postconsumer recycled polyester) and detailed with a lightweight nylon thread, the quilted pattern evokes angles in architecture and infrastructure. The upholstery fabric is available in five two-tone colourways.
Combining traditional weaving techniques with contemporary dye chemistry, Crossgrain has an irregular fine-grained surface that has a subtle resemblance to untreated wood. Made from recycled and custom-texturized fibres, the textiles are suitable for use as upholstery and for acoustical panels, wrapped walls and screens. Available in 15 solid colourways that range from neutral to cheerful.