Geometric inspiration: Tjep. Cubism collection by Wolf-Gordon

Wolf-Gordon teamed with Tjep. to create a collection of interior surfacing materials that draw inspiration from the cube. Tjep. Cubism includes wallcoverings, an upholstery textile and a sheer drapery textile. The geometric inspiration is references the early 20th century cultural phenomenon, Czech Cubism.

Basis, the sole upholstery textile in Tjep. Cubism, has a mosaic of colors and weave textures. The fabric comes in 12 colorways, including a mustard and blue. The pattern’s depth and subtle variations depict the 3-D cube while also presenting 2-D diamonds. Fragmentation, a sheer drapery, offers depth and dynamism.

The collection’s four wallcoverings include structural Metamorphosis, large-scale Osmosis, linear Connections and Baroque. Metamorphosis is a textile wallcovering; Baroque is a digital print wallcovering; and Osmosis and Connections are vinyl wallcoverings. Baroque juxtaposes a traditional pattern with a millennial technique.

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Wolf-Gordon was established in 1967. It is based in New York. The company portfolio includes vinyl, non-woven, and TPO materials, in addition to luxury materials such as silk, suede, grass cloths and wood.

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