In the spirit of reinvention, Suzanne Tick modernizes timeless weave structures with the Twist on
a Classic collection. Houndstooth, herringbone, nubby modern wool, boucle texture, two-toned
drapery, and large-scale graphic pattern motif are reimagined through scale studies, iridescent
color combinations, and coating technology that make for unique, tactile surfaces. Crafted with a
commitment to sustainability, these six textiles tell a story of mindful innovation upon every
interior surface. Order samples at


Suzanne Tick featured in new publication by ISLAA

We are pleased to announce our studio’s participation in a book from ISLAA’s imprint—  buen diseño para la industria!

This publication charts the history of the groundbreaking textile design portfolio created by the Argentine collective Buen Diseño para la Industria—formed by geometric abstract artists José Antonio Fernández-Muro, Sarah Grilo, Alfredo Hlito, and Miguel Ocampo—and locates it at the utopic intersection of modernist visual practice and industrial design.

The book’s centerpiece is a stunning set of reproductions that document the textile design archival collection in its entirety and invite appreciation and research by scholars and design enthusiasts alike. The collection is grounded historically by a rigorous account of the collective and its members by scholar of Argentine modern and contemporary art María José Herrera, who draws parallels between the artists’ work in geometric abstraction and the patterns they designed for manufacturers. Herrera’s history of these four artists is complemented by curators Robert Wiesenberger’s and Lynne Cooke’s essays, which locate the Buen Diseño project within the narrative of international modernisms across visual and applied arts. Case studies by textile designer Suzanne Tick and artist Liam Gillick root the publication in visual and material analyses of specific patterns within the portfolio. 

buen diseño para la industria was edited by Alejandro Cesarco. The publication features texts by Lynne Cooke, Liam Gillick, María José Herrera, Suzanne Tick, and Robert Wiesenberger.


Tick Studio in Milan!

Ciao from Milano Design Week! Below: A tribute to Cini Boeri at Loro Piano HQ

(L-R: Carol Lindsey head of Product Development at Tick Studio, Suzanne Tick creative director of Luum Textiles, Andrea Babb director of Product Development Management at Luum Textiles)

Relaxing in Boboalto on Arflex by Cini Boeri…


Suzanne Tick 2024 Midwest Tour

Calling all Midwestern friends! On March 19th, 20th and 21st, Suzanne will be visiting the Chicago, IL Architecture and Design firms followed by a visit to the Iowa City, IA area to speak at the University of Iowa.

You are invited to join Suzanne at the University of Iowa for two evenings of ceu’s and discussion..

On Wednesday, March 20, 2024 at 6:00pm in the Visual Arts Building, Suzanne will present What Now?- the ever-changing discussion of evolution, connectivity with the world around us, and what is relevant for the time as we move forward as creatives in a post-Covid world.⁠

On Thursday March 21, 2024, at 6:30pm in the Art Building West, Suzanne will present Making Materials Matter- a visual journey through time, space and materials with Suzanne Tick, where she will share insights into her design process and the cultivation of emerging ideas and trends that are translated into sustainable product.⁠


The Light Inside is on TV in New York City next week!

Dear friends, Wanted to share an update from The Light Inside and my friend and colleague’s Joh Jarvis work with the prison systems in the US. So proud of this work she is doing. 

The video below from Australian network Channel Ten’s The Project sent a crew in February to cover the third day of the The Light Inside’s week-long meditation program in the North Dakota State Penitentiary.

Next week, NY1 will share a story covering the TLI’s work in NYC and North Dakota in the tri-state area.

Stay tuned and donate here!

Much love,
Suzanne Tick
The Light Inside board member