Thoughts

05/03/21

Hue, Value, Chroma

Take an inside look at the Luum Color Wall with Suzanne Tick and learn about Luum’s holistic approach to design through the lens of color. As modern weavers, we are always imagining the ways our collections will be used together. Color is emotional, cultural, physical, aesthetic and utilitarian. It reinforces brand identity as well as delineates space.  It inspired us to created a new CEU called the Science and Intuition of Color. Register here for dates in May and June 2021 and stay tuned for more dates this summer.

To learn more about Luum visit luumtextiles.com.

04/23/21

DE-EXCITATION BRINGS ABUNDANCE.

Read Suzanne’s latest piece on Aside about Vedic Meditation, staying nimble in the place of change and more about Luum’s design process here.

04/22/21

Earth First.

We’re celebrating Earth Day today with a sneak peek of Luum’s first – and the industry’s – first recycled, biodegradable polyester textiles: Grid State (available now) and Ecotone (available May 18th)! Grid State and Ecotone’s multipurpose use properties allow for ultimate design flexibility, while the recycled fiber content contributes to the circular economy and lessens impact on the planet.

Order memos and learn more here at luumtextiles.com!

04/22/21

Tick Studio gets cultured.

Today we got out of the office and into the open air in Manhattan’s Chelsea gallery district. Our favorite show was LEE KRASNER: Collage Paintings 1938 – 1981 at Paul Kasmin.

04/21/21

SECOND NATURE IS HONORED WITH A GREEN GOOD DESIGN AWARD for 2021!

We are so excited to announce -just in time for Earth Week- that our textile Second Nature for Luum Textiles is a winner of the Green Good Design Awards for 2021!

Second Nature is Luum’s first botanical pattern. Using modern embroidery techniques and an existing sku in the Luum line, Constuct, as a base cloth, Second Nature celebrates ingenuity and craft. With its renewable fiber content and pattern story, we couldn’t be more thrilled to celebrate nature during this time.

Click here to read more via Green Good Design.