Industrial Textiles

Missakian, Anais
January 2006
Surface Design Journal;Winter2006, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p26
Trade Publication
The article presents a corporate profile of textile maker Laura Lienhard Inc. The company is an example of a growing company that recognizes the importance of the hand in product development while prioritizing the quality of artistic expression. It is among many companies operating in the interior textile industry wherein the global marketplace is extremely competitive. The main studio of textile designer Laura Lienhard, the owner of the company, is in Burlington, Vermont.


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