We have great news!

Welcome to our new website. This is the place where we have the opportunity to meet and for us to show you some of the projects we have worked on over the past few years. All these lovely and challenging projects are initiatives into which we put all of our knowledge, passion and energy. Please take the time to browse through everything and find out exactly who we are and what we can do.


Publishing design in lifestyle

view-now-instoreVIEW 110 is OUT NOW!

We created the ‘design in lifestyle’ pages with a trend report from the Salone del Mobile, Milan 2015.

The magazine is available in stores and at www.view-publications.com/textile-view-issue-110/


Featuring Turkish fabrics

Design Turkish Fabric Forum Premiere Vision, September 2015, Paris

Turkish fabrics in motion

For ITKIB, Turkish Textile and Apparel Exporters’ Association, we materialised the fashion textile trends in the shape of a dynamic forum. Autumn-winter 2016/2017 trend and colour directions synthesized in a flyer and showcased in a colourful meeting and information point containing over 400 fashion fabrics.


Snapshots of a garment shoot

Invista 2016/17 legwear concept garments

For Invista we realised in collaboration with the INVISTA lab in Casaloldo, Italy an innovative garment collection integrating LYCRA® fibre concepts. We show these garments in presentations, press materials and invite designers to create animations illustrating some of the developments.


Heimtextil, the making of

heim-making of-1Conference space

Reception desk

Work in progress and home atelier

heim-making of-4Retail area and craft atelier

At the start of this year we worked with a wonderful team of designers on the creation of Heimtextil Theme Park, a 2.200M2 trend forum. We were all passionate about our goal to inform, inspire, surprise and raise spirits.


Wrapping trends

Stijlinstituut_invistakit_animation_homePhotography of the Invista Tool Kit

We created a toolkit to showcase Invista Intimate and Swimwear innovations for 2016. We constantly explore ways to keep our visual language fresh and powerful. To see the whole publication, please click here.