The design gallery dedicated to the 2022 textile collections

Craftsman, but innovative. The vernacular, but contemporary. Brutal but delicate. Built on unresolved contrasts and eternal opposites, drawn ontextile art thus designing an unprecedented generation of substances. On the strong shoulders of tradition, the experimental gesture that projects textile design into the future reinterprets the oldest processes to embrace modern tastes and accompany the feeling of a new life. Slower, more authentic, more intimate. Far from the convulsive pursuit of perfection, the textile collections presented on the occasion of Milano Design Week 2022 continues slowly, only to the rhythm of the weavers and the hands of the craftsmen, repeating visual patterns that are never the same as themselves. The natural colors of sand and earth are preferred, the patterns recreated with shoots and chain define soft geometries to be spread on the floor, as rugs, on the wall, as tapestries, or around the body, as rugs and plates. Rediscovered traditional weaving techniques of the Italian district, as well as the intertwined work typical of the countries of the East, the 2.0 production retains the narrative spirit of textile art with the creation and thinking of the new designers.

Luca De Bona’s thoughts on Lanificio Leo

Courtesy Photo Luca De Bona Architect

In the extravagant setting chosen by Valentina Ciuffi and Joseph Grima for Alcova 2022, the collection of canvases is created by Luca De Bona for Lanificio Leo it flies like a set of graceful banners in the wind. The nickname Thoughts is the main objects tapestries, but also plaids, born of the association between arts and crafts. “In addition to the combination of chain and weft, each fabric originates from the intertwining of movements that intervene and rhythm tanker, both by the designer, suspended between reality and fantasy, and by the operator bent over the frame “, we read in the description of the project. The result is three independent but modular elements that explain an iconographic, vaguely surrealistic story that describes Calabria” according to a horizontal and vertical reading that connects the paradigms: lived orography, cultivated nature and inner archeology “.

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The House of Lyria presents Journey for a dream

textile projects 2022

De Pasquale + Maffini

In Alcova’s space, also on stage Travel into a dream, the journey through the precious fabrics of The House of Lyria. Reality founded by Riccardo Bruni, the brand from the Prato district made its debut in the world of interior design in 2021, creating decorative pillows, cushions and fabrics designed for private homes, boutique hotels and yachts. Guided by Alessia Anfuso’s gaze, the exploration of the Lyria world continues around the installation, between rolls of fabric and unfolded canvases, a set of gauze, cotton and wool softened by natural and delicate colors, obtained from organic sources such as coffee, tea or ash. “The fabric should look worn. I want to pass on its soul, “says Bruni. And imperfection becomes so beautiful.

www.thehouseoflyria.com

The rugs in Cycle by Nomad Studio

textile projects 2022

Courtesy Photo Nomad

“Back to basics. Back to unity. Back to basics. At Nomad, we believe in innovation, pushing boundaries and redefining the image of recycling and upcycling in the interior design industry. Our goal is to create design products that convey a special feeling and have a unique appearance and a meaningful story, while supporting our weavers in India who have become our family.In difficult times we have to secure space to recover, to (re) consider our choices and actions as a community, to redefine what really matters: the solidarity and appreciation of each individual’s unique character, which is combined in one intertwined unity “. Nomad Studio thus introduces Cycle line, a series of rugs with an architectural attraction designed by Jutta Werner.

www.nomad-studio.de

Spoken Lines by Colin King by Beni Rugs

textile projects 2022

Courtesy Photo Beni Rugs

Explore the tradition of Moroccan rug manufacturing in Beni Rugs’ new collaboration with Coling King. By reworking the ancient processes according to the aesthetic influences of contemporary design, Spoken Lines tells through ten rugs how the ancient craft of weaving can trigger an unprecedented conversation between object and culture even today. On the occasion of FuoriSalone 2022, the Moroccan artist Amine El Gotaibi has created a site-specific work of art.

www.benirugs.com

A Gentle Gathering by A. Vetra

textile projects 2022

Dario Cervellin

A Gentle Gathering was developed together with Tessitura la Colombina, a historic artisan reality in the Treviso area, and is the first textile collection by A. Vetra, a project by A. Vetra. Giulia Ferraris. Blankets and pillows, imagined as slow objects, are completely handmade with yarn selected from a forgotten archive. Each piece is made through a manual and repeated process, with ancient looms weaving to the rhythm of the body: “a craftsman ritual made by expert and patient gestures, where the design and plot tell the technique, while the hands leave traces of imperfections that make each piece genuine and unique “. Designed with earth tones and Mediterranean flavors, the collection reinterprets the classic checkerboard pattern, where dense and soft mohair blocks alternate with rough and primitive surfaces in raw wool.

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