Light defines the way we observe space and affects our perception of shape and form. Luum’s September collection, Phenomenology, is inspired by the nuanced and striking phenomena of light, and how it transforms built environments. Lustrous surfaces and patterns emerge and shift to alter and augment our experience within our environment dependent on our vantage point.

The Phenomenology collection by Suzanne Tick presents five new fabrics that interact dynamically with light through exploration of color, materiality and pattern designed to illusory effect. Each fabric performs as a unique design tool to enhance interior spaces and integrate to create intriguing and elegant experiences.

These new qualities come to life in dynamic and engaging color palettes that complement one another across styles. The inherently durable material constructions suit different surfaces to amplify or transform their effect; their full color stories also serve to satisfy any need, to create narratives within any interior. The Woven Logic Collection by Suzanne Tick highlights anomalies in automated structures and celebrates weaving from simple, plain and basket weaves along with more complex constructions. The five new fabrics feature these hidden complexities within inherently durable material constructions. Each fabric represents an exploration in fiber development with sophisticated color palettes. Through the process of replication of patterns and complex sequences, happy accidents occur and new directions emerge. Pattern and texture that refer to rigorous order impart playful moments. Complementing the multi-faceted structures, the collection offers rich tones enhanced with versatile neutrals creating dynamic color palettes.​

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