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Dark colours form the majority of the Infinite Worlds palette, juxtaposed with flashes of brilliant reds, pinks and coral and space age metallics. Glowing hues are used as accents to help recreate the eerie effect of deep uncharted worlds.
Pile High Club floor cushion
Design Metallic™ Jupiter Jazz
Our fascination with infinite space inspires visions of creatures glowing with phosphorescent light against dark coloured backdrops and celestial objects such as planets, moons, exploding stars and vast nebular clouds.
Design Metallic™ Juper Jazz
As our planet becomes overcrowded we explore the innovative possibilities of unknown worlds. The ocean is one of the logical new frontiers and our gaze also turns upwards beyond earth’s atmosphere for future habitats.
The lure of unexplored worlds captures our imagination and brings about design opportunities as well as scientific advances in biomimicry.
Our fascination with infinite space inspires visions of deep ocean creatures glowing with phosphorescent light against dark coloured backdrops and celestial objects such as planets, moons, exploding stars and vast nebular clouds.
"I wanted to create a sense of another world, it's about looking into the depths of the ocean or into space."
Elise is a textile artist and designer working across both printed and constructed textiles. Her practice is driven by experimentation and exploration within traditional textile processes and techniques. Her work focuses on the tensions created by the unusual or unexpected contrasts that emerge between materials, forms, colours, textures and scale. Through these methods she explores ideas of materiality, tactility, craft, disposability and the ornamental. These explorations across both her visual and design practices culminate as sculptural work, decorative objects, and accessories.
Elise created bespoke otherworldly colours in her Pile High Club floor cushions for the trend Infinite Worlds.
Images styled by Bree Leech and Heather Nette King Photography Mike Baker