News & Events: Limited edition designs

  1. Artists’ rugs at the Hammer Museum, LA

    The Afghan Carpet Project at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, on show until 27 September 2015 features five carpets designed by five LA-based contemporary artists and handmade by weavers in Afghanistan. The carpets were conceived in response to a trip to Kabul and Bamiyan in March 2014.

  2. Middle East Covering 2015 Preview

    Middle East Covering, the only exhibition in the Middle East dedicated to the flooring, wall covering and surfaces industry, is drawing near. In the first of a two-part preview, COVER introduces three exhibitors to look out for in the Sheikh Saeed Halls of Dubai’s World Trade Centre.

  3. The Best from Fuorisalone Milan 2015

    As with every year Milan Design Week 2015 (14-19 April) was brimming with inspiring design. Here we highlight some of the best rugs and textiles on show across the various events and locations, travelling to Milan so you did not have to!

  4. Jan Kath

    Design Days Dubai: Three Textile Highlights

    Design Days Dubai, the first and only limited-edition contemporary design fair in the Middle East and Asia, is now in full swing. Coinciding with Dubai Art Week, the fair welcomes some of the world’s most prestigious design galleries.

  5. Anou Residencies: Common Thread exhibition

    The Common Thread display at Designjunction in September, showed six rugs that came out of a collaborative project between the Amazigh weavers in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco and London-based designer Sabrina Kraus López.

  6. Seven Scottish Patterns at SOFA, Chicago

    Textile designer, Morag MacPherson will be unveiling a series of bright patchwork kimono wall hangings at the Sculpture Objects Functional Art + Design Fair (SOFA) in Chicago 7 – 9 November 2014.

  7. The T-Shirt Issue, London

    The T-Shirt Issue are a Berlin-based design collective who have been in residence in the Victoria & Albert Museum for the last six months as part of a German design residency

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