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Handmade, delicate and based on ancient methods.

Nearly 40 designers are exhibiting their work at Heimtextil 2018 in Hall 4.2. We are presenting these new talents with the label “New & Next”. Promising and interesting designers, many of them really young, are coming to show their work at Heimtextil in Frankfurt. To get an idea how they work and how their styles look like, we asked some of them a few questions. We talked to the team of „L’atelier du Motif“, Coralie Camarassa Ferreira and Maud Péneau based in Paris.

Where do you get your inspiration from and what is fascinating you most in the field of textile interior design?

We get our inspiration from a lot of things but mainly from exhibitions, art books and trips. We also browse on pinterest and instagram to get inspiration from artist all over the world. In textile interior design we really like texture work, like marbling and dominoterie which is an old French wallpaper method from XVIII century using sheets of painted paper.

Could you please describe your design briefly?

We are a French print design studio based in Paris. We mainly work for fashion, decoration and stationery. All our prints are exclusives and made by hand, then we finish them on computer and send digital files with separated layers. Our main goal was to bring up to date the hand drawing and painting which are more delicate and sensitive.

What are the design-trends for the coming seasons?

We worked on marbled texture, big pastel flowers, vivid modern geometrics, new animal conversationals and some modern jungle minimalist.

You can meet Coralie Camarassa Ferreira and Maud Péneau from „L’atelier du Motif“ personally in Hall 4.2, Stand A40.

 

Kerstin Böhning

 

 

 

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