Fabric of my Life.

an architectural touch

LRLR2| 01. books | 02. scarf | 03. jarmers square | 04. town hall | 05. shades in dusty green| 06. bauhaus |

i love the architecturaly inspired textiles range from danish design company louise roe. her self-proclaimed mission is to “revive danish interior design and add an architectural touch by using the graphic lines in the city, the buildings and monuments as frames for inspiration.”

i’m forever being inspired by the architecture of the city around me so it’s fantastic to see others drawing similar inspirations and actually creating something beautiful from them; i think the shades in dusty green cushion, which features a facade of a building in hellerup near copenhagen, is simply stunning – don’t you agree?

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