“Urban architecture inspires me,” Femke Hofhuis of Fem Studio states, “the mix of materials, the patterns created by repeating windows. Every city has its own vibe and I love to catch that with my eyes or my camera.” Capture that she did in Ligne #01, her vivid, digitally printed wallpaper patterned with reverberating lines and geometric shapes. It was developed in conjunction with Van Iwaarden Artwork and shown at “Masterly–the Dutch in Milano,” a Salone satellite exhibition. Boasting a linenlike texture, a roll of the paper measures 49 inches wide by 98 feet long.
Fem Studio Channels Urban Architecture for Digitally Printed Wallpaper Collection
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