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Edward van Vliet: bindings and patterns

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patterns

The designer of the interior and the author of the fashionable prints Dutchman Edward van Vliet (Edward van Vliet, p. 1965) began his career as a textile designer. About fabrics and wallpaper, he knows everything and understands better than others in ornaments and patterns.

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patterns

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patterns

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patterns

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patterns

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patternsCollection for Leolux. Dis. Edward van Vliet. 2017.

The starting point is the traditional methods of weaving. Hence the patterns that resemble the threads and tactile surfaces. For example, the octagonal pouffes Amulet for Leolux resemble precious stones. The impression is enhanced by velvety textiles of complex shades, beautifully reflecting light, – material in the spirit of a fashionable trend. In the carpets Izem and Girisha van Vliet demonstrates the recipe balance: combines a discreet palette, a "vintage" look and a timeless geometric pattern. An interesting detail is the pile of different heights, due to which the figure of Girisha carpets seems to be bulky.

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patterns

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patterns

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patterns

Prismo tables are made up of rectangles and circles. Thin lines create the effect of optical illusion. These are the only models in the collection that did not use textiles: a metal frame, a ceramic top. As accessories, pillows and blankets are offered. Thanks to the palette, which includes muted blue, sand, pink, red, gray shades, and "wicker" patterns, they are combined with other objects.

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patterns

The designer of the interior and the author of the fashionable prints Dutchman Edward van Vliet (Edward van Vliet, p. 1965) began his career as a textile designer. About fabrics and wallpaper, he knows everything and understands better than others in ornaments and patterns.

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patterns

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patterns

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patterns

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patterns

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patternsCollection for Leolux. Dis. Edward van Vliet. 2017.

The starting point is the traditional methods of weaving. Hence the patterns that resemble the threads and tactile surfaces. For example, the octagonal pouffes Amulet for Leolux resemble precious stones. The impression is enhanced by velvety textiles of complex shades, beautifully reflecting light, – material in the spirit of a fashionable trend. In the carpets Izem and Girisha van Vliet demonstrates the recipe balance: combines a discreet palette, a "vintage" look and a timeless geometric pattern. An interesting detail is the pile of different heights, due to which the figure of Girisha carpets seems to be bulky.

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patterns

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patterns

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patterns

Prismo tables are made up of rectangles and circles. Thin lines create the effect of optical illusion. These are the only models in the collection that did not use textiles: a metal frame, a ceramic top. As accessories, pillows and blankets are offered. Thanks to the palette, which includes muted blue, sand, pink, red, gray shades, and "wicker" patterns, they are combined with other objects.

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patterns

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patterns

Edward van Vliet: bindings and patterns

Edward van Vliet makes projects powerful and effective, using contrasting materials and working with a wide variety of textiles. In late 2017, he found a new place for his design studio, two steps from the Amsterdam Museum. Here everything is optimistic, colorful and no frills. Like van Vliet himself. The decorators love it. Maybe because most of them are women.

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