variations chromatiques,
an interior fabric collection about colour
~ 2016
How can coloured surfaces interact subtly in daily life? My final master project made at National School of Industrial Design in Paris question our relationship to colour in private interiors. Three interior textiles like “living” surfaces were created, each one with a different quality, process and use. Project followed by the danish designer Margrethe Odgaard.
© photo Véronique Huyghe

fraction is an upholstery fabric 100% wool. After researching embroideries on canvas, a “infinite” pattern was designed on a jacquard loom.

brume, which means mist in French, is a curtain composed of a semi-transparent textile superimposed on an opaque fabric.

segment is a hand-woven carpet made with very large, smooth wool threads.

                                       Cécile Vignau, material and colour designer