Past and future meet in Marcel Wanders’ Studies for a Mosque, where mystique and tradition embrace within the three-dimensional geometry of today.
The sacred mathematics of nature and divine flourish in a pattern characterised by unprecedented opulence and precious ornamental features. The divine is translated in the diverse details of four designs that have been endlessly perfected to decorate any kind of interior.
Synthetic polyamide rugs are ideal for heavy traffic contract spaces, while wool is more suitable for residential.
For a crisper and more vivid print, polyamide is advised, while a softer and more authentic effect is created with wool.
Kit Miles is the eponymous luxury interior surface design studio founded in 2011 by British textile designer, Kit Miles. Renowned for dynamic use of colour and lavishly drawn imagery, the studio weaves together a world of rich and often surprising juxtapositions, rendering unique imagination into reality.
After completing his MA in textile design at the Royal College of Art, Kit Miles formed his own studio, steeped in the values of quality, exquisite draughtsmanship and a futuristic, often surprising use of scale colour and imagery.
The studio quickly gained international press attention from the likes of World of Interiors, the Financial Times and AD, all hailing Miles’ aptitude for designing striking and original fabrics and wallpapers as ‘vivid’ and ‘ground-breaking’.
The studio is regularly invited by leading architects and interior designers the world over to bring Miles’s unique skill across projects both large and small. The studio’s breadth and skill in executing fine product is continually developing, highlighting a restless drive towards the exploration of what print design is now and what it could be next.