Deconstructed Fabrics Create Visual Appeal

Deconstructed fabrics are torn and stretched to reveal the fibers and texture.

Deconstructed fabrics are torn and stretched to reveal the fibers and texture.

3form has reimagined its range of textile interlayers with a variety of large-format designs to make a statement in any setting. The collection preserves the appeal of woven fibers within Varia or Glass.

3form has taken textiles in a different direction with deconstructed fabrics that have been torn and stretched to reveal the fibers and texture.

The Textiles series offers a span of textural translucency. Each interlayer is designed and laid up by hand in the 3form Salt Lake City factory to create the finished product in Varia or Glass.

Snag

Torn biomorphic shapes reach for the edges of this design, forming branch-like verticals in a woven textile. With patterns and texture, Snag makes a single or multi-panel statement that is ideal for open spaces.

Migration: A Full Circle Design

Fabric is pulled and stretched in different directions, forming a textured screen of wavy threads and uneven openings. The lines of this hand woven Full Circle design from Swaziland lets light through, creating a visual to separate a space.

Cleo

Inspired by Expressionist art, Cleo features layered textiles that form patterns with intersecting geometric edges. The layering technique creates color tones for visual intrigue.

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