new york textile week spotlights belgian design curated by lidewij edelkoort

New York Textile Week spotlights Belgian design, curated by Lidewij Edelkoort

Sumary of New York Textile Week spotlights Belgian design, curated by Lidewij Edelkoort:

  • Titled The Gift to be Simple, the presentation features nine designers, who work with a collection of fabrics and textiles, from leather and raffia to hand-threaded fabric rugs and soil lamps.
  • Whether it is in furnishing, wall decorations or artistic beginnings, traditional ideas of Belgian textile design are being be and recontextualised, with the event in New York show that the discipline is rotate, twist and move new stories.
  • Belgium has long been a source of inspiration in textiles and still has a grow flax, fabric and twist industry, even if the rotate plants no longer exist.
  • Using fabric in bohemian and artisanal methods, she creates shapes and structures that are mostly organic, as if they came from nature, like a subtle degrade rug that matters beings and craft.

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