Pattern Lab is presenting their surface design collection at the Heimtextil fair

The students started the design process already in January 2015.

Long running master level student project Pattern Lab lead by adjunct professor Maarit Salolainen is presenting their surface design collection at the world’s biggest interior textile fair, Heimtextil in Frankfurt, Germany 12.1. -15.1.2016. Some of the student’s outstanding work has also been chosen to the Heimtextil Theme Park, the fair’s influential trend exhibition. www.patternlab.fi

 

This year's Pattern Lab collective is called Tickle. 

 

The Pattern Lab collection includes all together four hundred prints and woven designs.

 

The students in Pattern Lab started the design process already one year ago, in January 2015.

 

The Pattern Lab group ready to meet international clients at Heimtextil 2016.

 

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