Pop art exploded onto the scene in the 60s. Halftone imitates a reproduction technique that uses dots in various sizes and spacings.
Through the process of piecing and overlaying, the stitches suggest organizing visual information through connection and separation.
Like the rows of a manicured Parisian garden, the abstracted, organic pattern of Le Fleur offers structure while evoking a fresh simplicity.
Bulky, high-sheen fiber bundles rise above a matte backdrop in Horizon Line. The staccato pattern creates a vista of opportunities.
Inspired by fine menswear, the lightly mottled texture of Panache adds an air of confidence to any space.
Sometimes life gets bumpy. Off Track follows the ups and downs with a hint of glimmer.
Luxurious and elegant, this grasscloth-like textured pattern is reminiscent of a leisurely stroll through the streets of Paris.
Drawing inspiration from the Mapuche’s complex weaving techniques and designs, Patagonia takes the classic herringbone to a new level.
Water is the fundamental element of life. Ion brings design to life with hexagonal grid work inspired by the molecular breakdown of water.
Lex features subtle glints of architectural metal, dapper undertones and fashionable, refined textures.