Artvivant – Blinds by Bayliss

Artvivant Textiles brings a subtle layer of transparency and texture into living spaces

10 Nov 2009

Every product in the home is capable of communicating a particular aesthetic and level of quality. Even more than furniture and lighting, finishes have the ability to convey subconscious meaning through their tactile nature, as well as their role in the depth and play of light.

Blinds are no longer utilitarian window coverings – exquisite fabrics sourced from around the world are available to enhance interior living environments. Blinds by Bayliss has an extensive range from inexpensive to exclusive offerings, with a knowledgeable team providing dedicated service.

Their fabrics come from Japan, the Philippines and across Europe, with patterns and textures that represent the diverse influences and styles of their place of origin. One such range is Artvivant Textiles, a collection of hand-woven fabrics designed by Korean designer, Eun Il Lee – or Nil, as he is known.

Artvivant Textiles celebrate the organic – hand-looming takes place in the Philippines, nurturing traditional local techniques and the use of local organic fibres. Inspired by nature, the designs must be beautiful, while striking a balance between ancient and modern fibres and the dynamic fusion of east meets west.

In Habitus 05 (out now), Nil explores the city of Paris, taking readers on a tour around the places that inspire him.

 

Blinds by Bayliss
bayliss.com.au
(61 2) 9360 7244

 

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