Almuth Palinkas

January 1995
Surface Design Journal;Winter95, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p22
Trade Publication
The author describes the jacquard upholstery for Stendig International Inc. He notes that he uses such design to take advantage of the beauty of the multicolored warp. Its hard-edge geometric motifs are enlivened by the subtle rainbow gradations of the warp threads while the widely spaced motifs creates a random appearance.


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