Sculptural Fabrics by Helen Amy Murray

published in: Design By Costas Voyatzis, 19 August 2008

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Helen Amy Murray is an emerging talent who has been internationally recognised for her hands-on, luxury creations that take inspiration from nature and form to create surface relief within textiles.
Helen develops bespoke commissions with her clients, combining design, colour and material for applications ranging from interior products to wall covarings.

Helen Amy Murray works in many luxury fabrics and materials including leather and suede, lightweight and heavyweight woven fabrics including silk. Any new materials are sampled and approved with the client. The materials can be sourced or provided by the client.

Helen's award-winning three-dimensional technique brings surfaces to life and yatzer brings some of her permanent collection's designs into "yatzer life"

 

Arne Jacobsen Egg chairs "Peony"

Cube Chair "Lattice"

Edwardian Tub chair "Bloom"

Edwardian Tub chair "Bloom"

Nursing Chair "Bloom"

Parker Knoll Winged armchair "Rose"

Philip Hurel Chairs "Fish Scales"

Victorian Winged chair "Damask"

Wallpaper "Diamond""

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    decorina | 2008-08-27 19:06:19

    I love these roses!!:) http://decordoma.ru/

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    Chris | 2008-08-30 07:51:26

    Simply amazing! I love it!

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    ΠšΠΎΡ‚ | 2009-01-02 23:27:10

    It is interesting, whether a convenient first armchair?

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    ArtWood | 2009-03-30 01:01:13

    Very interesting and perfect modification of agg chair from Arne Jacobsen (in the first photo). Accurate and very thin job!

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    Jasmine Bachinsky | 2010-11-24 09:03:28

    I fell in love with these designs the minute I saw them. Inspiring and a true gift to the world!

  • friend
    Basma | 2013-03-24 08:45:17

    Is this fabric available for sale ?

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