03 May Boyac May ‘23
Mind the Gap
Boyac is excited to present Mind the Gap, the latest addition to our collection of European artisanal lifestyle brands.
Mind the Gap’s collections take inspiration from their region’s diverse ethnic heritage, rich cultural history, and authentic wanderer’s spirit. Mind the Gap presents a host of different styles, each with a strong aesthetic identity. Led by founder Stefan Ormenisan, their design team creates vintage, traditional, and contemporary looks, generating a unique bohemian lifestyle.
Creation Baumann presents the “Forever Young” collection 2023.
Creation Baumann has designed a contrasting and expressive textile collection for the private home, which playfully incorporates the themes of denim and graffiti writing. The Forever Young collection demonstrates its aesthetic competence using high-quality textiles that take up motifs from youth culture with a wink. The fabrics feature a sophisticated, coordinated colour palette, which on the one hand sets unusual colour accents and on the other promises light freshness with natural colours and structures.
Salone Del Mobile 2023 Wrap Up
Metaphores x Dimoregallery
Dimoregallery in Milan presented the Palanque horsehair weave created by Emilie Paralitici, Creation and image Director of Metaphores. The textile is handcrafted in the Challes workshop west of Paris and was displayed on an exceptional piece of furniture.
For the second time, the Iksel Discovery Tour took place in the streets of the city during Milano Design Week. Iksel presented their new scenic decors: Japanes Stables, Swan Lake and Blooming Fantasy in various installations. Iksel also showcased its design, Livia’s Garden in its evening colour option, which had been customised to transform a full room into the dining-room of Livia, the first Roman Empress.
Inside-Out Vivid Festival
From the 26 May – 17 June in Sydney, Inside Out is a celebration of Australian interior design featuring beautiful hand-drawn wallpaper and fabrics projected onto the façade of Customs House – bringing the inside, out! Drawing from the Museum’s collection of Australian wallpaper and fabric designs.
In The Press
What Boyac Insiders are loving from Mind the Gap’s Woodstock Fabric Collection:
Above Clockwise: Whiteflake Jacquard, Monterey Plaid, Pradesh Ikat and Neyshabour