We start the new year thinking about the moon, a powerful symbol of constant growth and change.
Textiles of the Wiener Werkstatte
Recently we are feeling inspired by the bold shapes and playful colors of Weiner Werkstatte textiles. The Wiener Werkstatte (Vienna Workshop) was an artistic collective based on an interest in eliminating the gap between fine art and crafts, combining both folk and modern techniques. Founded in 1903 by architect Josef Hoffman and artist Kolomon Moser, and consisting of a design school, studios for established designers, a production workshop and retail outlet, the Wiener Werkstatte's goal was to improve everyday life through excellent design and craftsmanship.
The designers attempted to bring to life a world in which all daily objects were united under a single artistic aesthetic, every element contributing to a harmonious whole. That's an idea we can get behind! We love the creative shapes and unique combination of folk and modern aesthetic.
Threads of the Future
Modernist artist Agnes Pelton (1881-1961) created a prolific collection of paintings during her lifetime, but my personal favorite are her dreamy nature-inspired abstractions.
Feeling inspired by abstract geometric designs as we work on new patterns in the studio!
We're getting into the Halloween spirit with these bewitching interiors! Featuring a beautiful installation shot of our Birds in Paradigm wallpaper in Cairo
Featuring our Thatch wallpaper in Black
In honor of Dolly Parton performing in LA this weekend, here's look at some of our favorite outfits from the Queen of Country! Can't wait to see what she's going to wear!
Wishing we were slurping our soup from these bowls as the days get shorter and cooler in many parts of the world. LA, its still granola for you.