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  1. Rachel Castle

    Rachel Castle has spent the past 20 years working in the homewear industry both in Australia and abroad. Prior to CASTLE, Rachel was joint founder of London-based branding and design agency, The...

    03.11.10

  2. Stephanie Housley

     Designer and founder Stephanie Housley is a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design. She has been living and working in New York as a textile designer, specializing in woven fabrics....

    01.04.11

  3. Madeline Weinrib

    Madeline Weinrib

    Based in New York City, Weinrib has created a contemporary design style that simultaneously reflects both the classic and modern. Her work ranges from her collections of heirloom quality carpets...

    05.30.12

  4. Sandra Figuerola

    Sandra Figuerola

    Based in Spain, Figuerola's work varies from textile design to graphic and editorial design. Her primary focus is on cultural design, especially with contemporary languages.  

    05.30.12

  5. Kate Blee

    Kate Blee

    Kate Blee studied at Edinburgh College of Art between 1980 and 1984 and set up her studio in London in 1986. She has been involved in a wide range of exhibitions, installations and commissions all...

    02.01.13

  6. Christopher Farr

    Christopher Farr

    Christopher Farr has been at the spearhead of contemporary rug design for over 20 years. He and his business partner Matthew Bourne were the catalyst that revolutionized contemporary rug design....

    02.22.13

  7. Meg Callahan

    Meg Callahan

    Raised in the great state of Oklahoma, Meg Callahan went on to study at the Rhode Island School of Design where she discovered her interest in the value of the handmade in contemporary life as well...

    09.26.13

  8. Annika Rimala

    Annika Rimala studied graphic arts at the Institute of Industrial Arts of Helsinki. Her neighbor noticed Annika's design-eye early on and encouraged her to work at Marimekko. Her first job at...

    10.21.13

  9. Erja Hirvi

    Erja Hirvi is a textile designer who has studied at the University of Art and Design in Helsinki. Erja Hirvi has worked for Marimekko since 1995 with her main focus on designing printed patterns....

    10.21.13

  10. Ritva Puotila

    Ritva Puotila

    Ritva Puotila (b. 1935) is a Finnish textile designer and the artistic director of the Finnish design company Woodnotes.

    06.05.14

  11. Sheila Hicks

    Sheila Hicks was born in Hastings, Nebraska and received her BFA and MFA degrees from Yale University. Upon completing her studies at Yale Hicks received a Fulbright scholarship in 1957 to paint in...

    10.07.14

  12. New York Handkerchief

    New York Handkerchief

    If you're turned around and need a little help visualizing that the Bronx is up and the Battery's down, this handy cotton handkerchief from Muji just might get you going in the right direction....

    $8.50

  13. Nova Drapery

    Nova Drapery

    KnollTextile's Nova fabric debuted in 1969, and the patterned drapery print by German designer Wolf Bauer was recently reintroduced as part of the popular Archival Collection. Comes available in...

    $87.00

  14. World in Pink Pillows

    World in Pink Pillows

    These cotton twill accent pillows from Boodalee have a different pattern on either side. Toss them on your toddler's bed and she can do her own little redocorating by simply flipping the cushion...

    $42.00

  15. Spun TPU (Thermopolyurethane) Textile

    Spun TPU (Thermopolyurethane) Textile

    A mesh of extruded thermoplastic polyurethane forms this surprisingly rubbery material.

  16. Xylogramm

    Xylogramm

    The spirit of Verner Panton lives on in these CNC-routed panels. The op art-inspired patterns add depth to any surface.

  17. Maille CM

    Maille CM

    Available in a range of link diameters, this lightweight aluminum fabric lends itself to a variety of unexpected applications.

  18. Carisma Metallic

    Carisma Metallic

    Vapor-deposited aluminum coating just like mom used to make! This paperlike textile consists of jillions of coated polyester and polyamide threads.

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