This design was influenced by La Sagrada Familia whose interior contains a synergy of light and colour. Textiles designers find the importance to capture the senses. The idea was not to introduce the sensuality of the tactile material first but to create a conjuncted experience for the eyes and the body. The fabric is a woven sample. The woven clear acrylic rods create a perception of extended light of colour which strikes the user and creates a spacial interaction. The spikes of the acrylic rods may transcend aggressive surface, but the soft colours dilute such perception.
Creatively, Aya like using abstract subject matter and imagery because she want every viewer to bring their own unique background and ideas to viewing the work. She really want people to have an individual experience. Technically, this textile creates harmony through the color and texture of yarns. Jaquared weaving is an old technique that allows the combination of warp and weft to result in new colors. Jaquared also creates tiny, three-dimensional structures on the surface of the weave to give the work a different texture as you view it from different angles.
The innovative carpet for the aviation industry looks more like a flooring material and weighs considerably less than conventional carpeting (30–70 per cent weight reduction). At the same time it is extremely hard-wearing. In addition, 50 per cent of this new generation of textile flooring is made using recycled Econyl yarns. The advantages are the economic benefits associated with the need for less material, the carpet’s lower weight, optimised product functionality, lower logistics costs and new design.
1983ASIA consider the whole design as a container which can carry the spirit culture of Shenzhen and Hong Kong, and inject the interaction information of culture of two places while the unified visual system is kept. so that more people could understand the Chinese cultural system behind Shenzhen and Hong Kong through vision,see different cultural tolerance between the two cities.
The project has two parts:Digital Pattern Designs Collection and Unique Handcrafted Artisan Wallcoverings. The consciously disjointed layout of digital patterns and the extreme enlargements have a special purpose: bringing a fresh visual experience and reflecting the mood of handloom weaving. The patterns can be applied in any preferred way: vertically or horizontally. With the wallcoverings, the application of fine materials refers to the delicate, thin yarns and the structured surface allows a spatial playfulness.
The fabric, so ethereal, makes us imagine the texture of the robes worn by the heavenly nymphs in Japanese folk tales. I named it Fairy Feather: the thinnest yarn-dyed silk fabric ever. It is made of ultra-fine silk threads with a thinness of 8 denier in diameter, equaling to 1/6 of the diameter of a hair (50 denier). Thousands of ultra-fine silk threads are woven into the warps on looms to produce this exquisite organdy (ultra-light plain-weave fabric with transparency); it is weightless, yet the softness of the raw silk gently, and surely, cocoons the skin.
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