Highlights from Knit! by Kvadrat

During 3 Days of Design in Copenhagen last month, Kvadrat presented its fourth edition of Kvadrat’s Design Projects, which enlisted 28 designers to create designs using their Febrik knitted textiles. Knit! came together with the help of curators Anniina Koivu, Jeffrey Bernett, Johanna Agerman Ross, Njusja de Gier, and Renee Merckx who hand-picked designers that are known for their material, form, and color explorations. Kvadrat Febrik is a line of three-dimensional textiles that easily form to shapes making it the perfect material to explore all kinds of possibilities, from furniture, clothing, sculptures, tableware, and more.

The collection exhibited was a refreshing compilation of shapes, textures, and energetic colors. Here are some of our favorite highlights from the international creators:



Adam Goodrum (Photo: Luke Evans)


Elaine Yan Ling Ng / The Fabrick Lab (Photo: Tracy Wong)


Visibility (Photo: Lana Ohrimenko)


Objects of Common Interest (Photo: Luke Evans)


Yinka Ilori (Photo: Luke Evans)


Studio Truly Truly (Photo: Luke Evans)




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