MA Design: Knitted Wall Panels ‘Relatively Distant’

MA Design: Knitted Wall Panels ‘Relatively Distant’

The knitted panels provide an alternative way of decorating a wall that adds pattern and texture, as well as improving acoustics. The final Masters piece is titled ‘Relatively Distant’, inspired by hand-drawn portraits of close relatives that have been pixelated and distorted to represent digital relationships.

MA Design: Knitted Wall Panels ‘Variegated Foliage’

MA Design: Knitted Wall Panels ‘Variegated Foliage’

A modular system of knitted wall panels, intended for decoration and reducing echo in hotel lobbies, restaurants and offices. The design for this Masters project was inspired by hand drawn sketches of variegated foliage, pixelated and juxtaposed with geometric shape.

MA Design: Knitted Surface Pattern ‘Cracked Tiles’

MA Design: Knitted Surface Pattern ‘Cracked Tiles’

A Masters project focused on developing a sturdy knitted fabric suitable for interior surface decoration. The textural repeat pattern flows across several knitted tiles and is inspired by abstract artwork and cracked mosaics.

MA Design: Textile Wall Surfaces ‘Wood & Wool’

MA Design: Textile Wall Surfaces ‘Wood & Wool’

An experimental Masters project exploring textile wall surfaces for interiors with a multidisciplinary approach. Cork and wool are combined with hand embroidery to merge traditional handcrafts and emergent technologies.