Thoughts

06/29/19

Material Meaning: A Living Legacy of Anni Albers

We are excited to announce Suzanne Tick’s participation in the Material Meaning: A Living Legacy of Anni Albers exhibit at Craft in America! The exhibit features artwork and textiles by Suzanne and nine fantastic American textile artists and celebrates the profound and sustained influence of Albers. The opening is on July 13th in Los Angeles, so if you’re in town stop by! 

06/15/19

NeoCon 2019 Highlights!

Thank you to everyone who joined us for #neocon2019! Our Future Tense collection for Luum Textiles won a Metropolis Likes award and a Best of NeoCon Editors Choice award! ✨

During NeoCon, we also introduced our Composition Series for Tarkett! This collection creates a calming environment with three unique modular carpet styles & one coordinating LVT.

05/30/19

Getting Ready for NeoCon 2019!

We are thrilled to share a glimpse of our upcoming NeoCon collection and what we have in store for the Luum Showroom! #staytuned

05/21/19

The Future Tense Collection

Today we’re introducing the Future Tense collection designed by Suzanne Tick for Luum Textiles!

The Future Tense collection highlights our progressive approach to textile design and an emphasis on super scale and the duality of materials. Non-traditional processes are applied to honest materials, providing new context. Each fabric requires a second look, encouraging interaction with the environment and promoting curiosity. Through questioning the tangible, we become more engaged with our surroundings. Check out the full collection HERE

05/06/19

Check Out Suzanne’s Artist’s Proof in Venice Design!

This summer Suzanne is debuting her Reclaimable Woven Neon Artist’s Proof at Venice Design during Venice Biennale, which will be on view from May 11, 2019 – Nov 24, 2019.

This versatile piece is an artist’s proof for a two-story atrium in a corporate office. As an artist and textile weaver, Suzanne Tick was enlisted to create a woven sculpture for the lobby. This adaptive reuse project represents the method behind Woven Neon; symbolizing technology and connectivity. The materials inspired a sculpture based on weaving light and crafting visual wonder at the building’s core. All aspects can be recycled, reconfigured and resized.

Mary Wallis, neon and lighting designer, was key for bringing the concept to fruition. Richard Roepnack of Roughhouse GV LLC, brings his expertise in frame building and construction.