2019 was the 50th anniversary of the Bauhaus. To celebrate, Designtex launched The Bauhaus Project, a series of initiatives celebrating the women weavers of the Bauhaus and culminating with the introduction of two collections of upholstery and wallcovering, Designtex + Gunta Stölz and Designtex + Anni Albers.
Annie-B Parson is an American choreographer, dancer, and director. Using her drawings as a starting point, this monograph explores the dynamic relationship between ideas, objects, movement and space as they combine to tell stories.
The exhibition featured the work of forty renowned artists, architects and designers from around the world, each of whom questions the notion of functionality and aesthetics as defining characteristics of the object we think of as a chair. In addition to designing the exhibition, we curated it.
We designed this catalog to accompany the exhibition "This is not a Chair. Ceci n'est pas une chaise.” held in North Carolina. Each of the 41 artists' work is featured, together with curatorial and artist statements.
Hunter Douglas is the world’s leader in window coverings. The Art of Window Dressing is an annual publication designed to showcase their products using fully-realized environments and revealing details.
Made to Measure by Designtex introduces a new paradigm for the creation, specification and production of commercial wallcovering by using cutting-edge digital technologies to achieve new levels of customization. Their initial collection featured several series by a diverse range of innovative artists. We developed a publication profiling each artist and their work to support the launch of the program.
Wilsonart is the largest American manufacturer of engineered surfaces. Their product range includes laminates, solid surfacing and quartz, and is sold to architects, designers and homeowners. We developed a comprehensive program which established a cohesive and consistent presence for the brand—for all of their products and in all of their markets.
A corporate magazine for Latham connects with their customers by celebrating "The Backyard Lifestyle.” Information about their pools is accompanied by features on pools in history and art, ideas for backyard living, and a serialized graphic novel about a disparate family of pool owners.