home furnishings

Textile, 1955, USA, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867–1959), manufactured by F. Schumacher & Co., New York, New York, USA (founded 1889), screen printed linen, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Tremaine, 1967-90-4.
The Wright Textile
Although most of his home furnishings were designed for specific interiors, Frank Lloyd Wright created several lines of products for the market, among them the Taliesin Line of wall coverings and textiles, produced in partnership with F. Schumacher and Company. The collection included wallpaper, woven fabric, and printed fabric such as this, and many of...
Felt at ICFF
1. I was delighted to see that Lerival – Furniture by Architects is carrying Morehead & Morehead’s brilliant Felt Stool (1). This is currently produced in synthetic automotive felt, which is the only reason I didn’t include it in Fashioning Felt. Otherwise its simple folded form says, in brief, everything I love about felt.  ...
Fashioning Felt
Fashioning Felt opens next week. The exhibition explores the varied new uses of felt in a range of fields, including product design, fashion, architecture, and home furnishings. The exhibition runs from March 6 to September 7. On Friday March 6, the Museum will host a lecture by two designers featured in the exhibition, Claudy Jongstra...