by Textielmuseum; Exclusive Household Textiles

by Textielmuseum; Exclusive Household Textiles

by Textielmuseum is the label which carries the work from TextielLab; Exclusive Household Textiles designed and developed by a wide range of artists and designers who are invited to experiment with the techniques available in the Lab. The label was launched at The Frozen Fountain in Amsterdam last week, November 21st. 2014 (by Textielmuseum shop)

Earlier on we got to see the newest addition of tea towels and table linen designed by Viktor&Rolf along with other designs by a.o. Studio Job and Studio Bertjan Pot. They were presented by curator Jules van den Langenberg and head of the Lab Hebe Verstappen. During a small gathering we discussed the contemporary cultural entrepreneurship of museums and the collection of the new label ‘by TextielMuseum‘. Verstappen and van den Langenberg will visit 5 more destinations in Europe with various young photographers, our gathering was photographed by Daantje Bons. Part of the scenography is a suitcase designed for the household textiles by Studio Minale-Maeda, These visits/presentations will be covered monthly by EH&I Magazine and are part of the upcoming exhibition ‘Bye TextielMuseum’, which will open December 14th. Continue reading

Engineered Hybrids

Engineered Hybrids designed by flower engineer Andreas Verheijen. Engineering is an ongoing project for Verheijen it’s initially about creating flowers and not about arranging them. Apart from being proposals towards new varieties, the engineering series should primarily be seen as a laboratory towards shape, color and texture in a broader sense than normally seen in the flower industry. (via andreasverheijen)

See more engineered hybrid flowers by Andreas Verheijen on this blog