James Dunlop Design: Inspired by mathematics

Posted: 17/10/2016
James Dunlop Design: Inspired by mathematics

Calculus is the mathematical study of change, used in every branch of science and life. The wondrous world of mathematics is the inspiration behind the Calculus collection by James Dunlop.

A concise collection, Calculus features small scale lineal upholstery patterns, geometric draperies and is rounded off with a soft muted sheer. The colour palette is broad with popular neutral tones, rich reds, ocean blues and a dramatic black.

The Calculus collection can be used in both residential and commercial applications.
 

POLAR

A geometric jacquard sheer, giving softness to an angular design. A clipped weave forms Polar’s geometric design evoking the idea that mathematics itself isn’t as hard edged as perceived. Polar is 300cm wide and weighted, with a composition of 100% Polyester and has an AS1530.2 FR certificate.

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ISOBARS

Strong in contrast, Isobars is a jacquard drapery with a large scale geometric design. The fourteen sided irregular polygon creates a repeat tiled pattern. This design is quite traditional and appears much like a trellis structure. Isobars features bold scale and two-tone contrasts within the colour palette.

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TANGENT

A smaller scale lattice-style geometric jacquard. A drapery and accessory design made up of a linear framework with angular shapes interlocking in a regular repeat. Tangent can be applied to both traditional and contemporary interiors with its classic geometric design and mix of enduring colours.

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INFINITY

A small scale zigzag pattern which, as its name suggests, goes on to infinity. The chenille fibres in this upholstery fabric soften the pattern and create a textured geometric. Infinity comes in a broad range of colours drawn from current interior trends. Suitable for both commercial and residential interiors.

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TABULAR

Tabular is a small scale check upholstery fabric suitable for commercial and residential use. The strong structure of the grid is softened by the chenille fibres, creating an intentional blend that lessens the optical effect. This fabric is multi directional and comes in a colour palette with both neutral and strong, rich tones

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Posted on 17/10/2016 by Millers Home




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