Melbourne’s iconic infrastructure projects have been recreated in a series of wearable objects by Monash Art Design and Architecture students.
Melbourne’s iconic residential architecture have been reinterpreted in wearable form by students from Monash University Art Design and Architecture.
Monash University architecture and fine art students reinterpret iconic Melbourne interiors as wearable architecture.
Handprinted on hemp and linen, Cloth Fabric designs are drawn from the Australian bush.
A selection of upholstery and furnishing textiles from Houses 91.
A sneak peek at product releases from the 2013 Milan Furniture Fair.
Commercial upholstery fabrics from Instyle.
Vases upholstery fabric by Hella Jongerius for Maharam.
Five new colours in Verona aniline leather from Instyle.
Herman Miller Sayl Chair in Minnie Pwerle fabric.
An exhibition of contemporary textile design opens in Melbourne.
A collection of contemporary textile works presented by the DIA Textile Practice Group.
Household products from Houses 83.
A collection of textiles from Houses 85.
An exhibition by graduates and students of six design schools considers the future of Australian fashion.
Family design studio Sparkk uses digital printing technology to produce fabric and wallpaper in bulk or short runs.
Innova recently launched a synthetic hide, Supelle, which combines style and function for high-traffic upholstery.
This book examines the work of a textile artist whose work significantly contributed to Modernism in Australia.
Products from Houses 84.
Architects and designers preview Boyac’s 2012 fabric collections.