Thoughts

03/12/19

Suzanne visits Hong Kong and Tokyo!

During an incredible visit to Hong Kong and Tokyo, Suzanne shared her Life & Design Tenets talk, as well as our Luum Textile collections!

    

02/27/19

Introducing Offset and Balance Collection

Today we’re introducing the Offset and Balance Collection!

Inspired by the unfinished and exposed raw materials used for industrial printing techniques, Offset along with Balance create a casual sophistication that doesn’t feel heavily designed. These styles create the illusion of having a fuller texture and provide outstanding performance with permanent stain resistant properties. Offset is a non-directional, organic pattern that comes and goes with an almost pixelated effect, giving the impression of a transferred design. Balance adds a random stitch detail to provide more direction and can be used as a playful accent.

 

Learn more about the collection here

02/26/19

Introducing the Garden Walk Collection!

Introducing the Garden Walk collection! The collection features a warm array of color and pattern, informed by familiar and uplifting natural elements. These 12 organic patterns and 12 soothing color ways were developed from the need to create atmospheres of betterment within senior living communities. Step into the serene with the greatly anticipated Garden Walk Collection! Suzanne Tick designed 3 out of the 12 patterns for this collection, Summer Walk, Radiance, and Terrace.

02/07/19

Innovation Conference, hosted by Interior Design Magazine

Tick Studio had the amazing opportunity to attend Interior Design Magazine’s first ever Innovation Conference this week! We left filled with inspiration and thoughts of innovation! Thank you for all the amazing speakers and Cindy Allen for sharing your insights into future trends and cutting-edge technology.

     

#innovation #whatsnext#IDinnovate #bettertomorrow#tickstudionyc #suzannetick

01/22/19

Woven Logic Collection

Today we’re introducing the Woven Logic Collection!

Before computers, people programmed looms. Woven structures are where “programming” was born. The Woven Logic Collection, from Luum Textiles, explores the binary art of weaving. This collection draws inspiration from the jacquard loom, a precursor to digital computation. Check out the full collection here