Friday Design Meeting: When artistry and carpet meet together. / by Johnny Chiu

Including the 17th century soumak flatweave in golden metallic yarn, to a richly layered and highly complex pattern never seen before in modern flooring.

" The result was not just a weaving tour de force, but a design that evoked and captured that magical moment at dawn and twilight, when light first dances on water. "

While touching wild silk, we were so fascinated by the soft feeling, amazing painting, breathtaking watercolor – refined carpet in art – Mel who is the introducer of Fort Street Studio for today's Friday Design Meeting. 

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  Mel, the introducer of Fort Street Studio

Mel, the introducer of Fort Street Studio

After a miraculous discovery of the source, we learned that the carpet set about to use it in a modern design that updates this luxurious quality fit for an Emperor.

  Tear sheets

Tear sheets

  Each carpet is handmade.

Each carpet is handmade.

  Johnny, Charles & Sera quiet enjoy feeling the samples touch

Johnny, Charles & Sera quiet enjoy feeling the samples touch

Fort Street Studio always try to find the highest quality silk yarns, ensure careful color matching, and retraining weavers to read an entirely new type of pattern chart. Brad, the founder of Fort Street Studio, often says,

“It was like teaching Classical musician to play Jazz.”  

We are so happy to have Mel visit JCA and we all true believed that something magical occurs when artistry and risk are allowed to commingle.

Find more about Fort Street Studio- http://fortstreetstudio.com