Dutch designer Mae Engelgeer contributed a series of luxury textiles that put emphasis on material use and pattern creation for American brand Wolf-Gordon — a company that provides wallcoverings, paint, upholstery and more. Mae Engelgeer's collection is appropriately dubbed 'MATTER' and it entertains a seriously mesmerizing aesthetic with its "richly textured surfaces and added dimensionality." The collection divides itself into three subcategories of pattern — 'Mass,' 'Merge' and 'Points.'
The designer used a blend of metallic yarn and wool fibers in the creation of the luxury textiles. In addition, the collection for Wolf-Gordon was developed by Mae Engelgeer in the TextielLab in The Netherlands. This offered the designer an opportunity to truly experiment with the aesthetic and functionality of the luxury textiles.
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