Since 2008, Tick Studio has collaborated on four collections for Skyline Design.
Collection in Whites by Suzanne Tick references the softness of textiles against the hard, translucent surface of glass. Using single- and double-layer etching combined with AST Print Technology creates a luminous, tactile experience.
Organize by Suzanne Tick offers a solution for structuring information on markerglass. Patterns on the glass create a versatile organizational tool for presentations and meetings.
Transcend™ by Suzanne Tick responds to changes in how we use and experience space. The collection seamlessly transitions from one spatial function to the next: from interior to exterior, public to private, or open to quiet areas.
Obscura™ by Suzanne Tick is a forthcoming collection, debuting April 2021. The collection uses architectural film to create privacy in incremental dimensions, providing minimal and specific coverage. This applied film system also satisfies building codes that increasingly require glass with markings, particularly in corporate and healthcare environments.
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Interior Design magazine 2020 Best of Year finalist — Obscura™ Collection
Metropolis Likes 2020 — Obscura™ Collection
HiP Award Finalist 2020 — Obscura™ Collection
Best of NeoCon 2017 Gold Architectural & Decorative Glass — Transcend™ Collection
Best of NeoCon 2017 Gold Wall Treatment —Transcend™ Collection
Metropolis Likes NeoCon 2017 — Transcend™ Collection
Metropolis Magazine’s Top 10 Designs & Products 2017 — Transcend™ Collection
Obscura™ by Suzanne Tick is a non-PVC polyester architectural film solution comprised of two patterns, Horizon and Perspective, that redefine the interior space through the bold use of color and take inspiration from the horizon line. The collection focuses on creating privacy in incremental dimensions, providing minimal and specific coverage and also satisfies building codes that increasingly require glass with markings, particularly in corporate and healthcare environments.
This collection is made only for decorative film application on architectural glass, plexiglass, and steel in four sizes that can be used to solve for varying privacy needs. Patterns are available in heights of 8”, 16”, 24”, and 36” in ready-to-install film on rolls.
Transcend™ by Suzanne Tick responds to changes in how we use and experience space today, as we seamlessly transition from one spatial function to the next—between interior and exterior, from public to private, from open to quiet areas. Disperse is a technical texture on glass that alludes to exposed concrete or weathering of natural materials.
Lineal Fade and Shift Grid
Lineal Fade and Shift Grid are shown overlapping in an interior setting. Shift Grid is a shifting geometric grid pattern with lines that appear and disappear. The pattern achieves a large-scale effect while maintaining a smaller scale regularity. Lineal Fade is an irregular fading stripe pattern that can be used horizontally or vertically depending on the desired effect and use.
Suzanne viewing the Transcend™ collection, specifically the Angled Mesh design.
Diffuse is a textile-like pattern on glass, made up of an ordered dash background with irregular textural cutouts.
Angled Mesh is a fading angular grid on glass that is layered and shifted on itself to create a dimensional effect.
Lineal Fade is an irregular fading stripe pattern that can be used horizontally or vertically depending on the desired effect and use.
Collection in Whites
Captures the sheer aesthetic qualities of textile designs on glass with patterns inspired by weave structures and motif scale studies. The patterns are enhanced by the translucent qualities of glass, infused with luminosity. The result is a juxtaposition between the tactile quality of textile and the hard, durable surface of glass.
Kinetic Lines is an elegant architectural design inspired by our textile weave structures.
Analog and Analytic
Featuring a pre-digital print aesthetic, Analog is a layered halftone print with a linear drape effect that varies in density throughout a full repeat. Similar to self-learning technology, Analytic recreates the effect of laser cut textiles that expand and contract according to the wearer’s movements, resulting in an algorithmic technical pattern. Photo by Scott Shigley