Of course inspiration is lying in the streets. But you really catch up if you take now and then a round in different branches. The crossover’s you find gain countless inspiration. This is why we visit Outdoors fairs, Furniture/design fairs, Juvenile fairs and Fabric/ fashion fairs.
Soft goods design requires special skills. First of all you need that sense for detail, touch and structure. Secondly spatial aptitude is essential: we change flat fabric into any imaginable object. Like a fashion designer moulds on a mannequin, we use this technique on frames or hard goods. This way you create tight and bright constructions and surfaces. Then we turn the model back into 2D again; the technical drawings. These die-cuts we could deliver together with an instruction manual. But often a prototype is enough to instruct a manufacturer. Of course a model just for presentation is within the possibilities as well. Physical models are number one communicators and have the power to convince.
We communicate concepts with appealing sketches and renderings, like we illustrate our styling proposals with attractive moodboards.
Colour reinforces moods and identity. Good colour schemes are essential to manage a strong product range. We are colour lovers, and have a heart for patterns. The aesthetics of fabrics are of course of great value concerning soft goods. This function is always top of mind when we source fabrics and supplies. Concluding we develop, colorate and dessinate textiles according the latest trends.

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