In an effort to create sustainable design, textile designer Eunsuk Hur envisions a utopia where textile pieces can be utilized both as home design pieces and wearable art. She creates stunning pieces that are full of texture and volume, and demonstrates how effortlessly a textile can be draped on a couch or wall, and then transformed into an interesting shawl. It makes perfect sense, since our home interiors should already be a reasonable reflection of our personal style.
Eunsuk received her MA in Design for Textile Futures at Central Saint Martin and has worked in the Korean textile industry. Check her out here.
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