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Lorna Syson fabrics at 100% Design, London

September 02, 2013

British designer Lorna Syson will be showing off her new Songbird and Coast & Countryside collections, including fabrics, wallpaper, cushions and lampshades, at 100% Design on 18-21 September

British designer Lorna Syson will be showing off her new Songbird and Coast & Countryside collections, including fabrics, wallpaper, cushions and lampshades, at 100% Design on 18-21 September.

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Syson will also display some of the very latest work from her studio including the recent Bermondsey wall piece plus her work with Era Screens, with whom she has been working on the Eden collection of acoustic wall panels. For this collaboration Syson has designed three textures which enhance working and living environments by adding warmth, texture and colour into large open spaces, making a more pleasant and relaxed atmosphere. The textures are being used as part of Era Screens’ new LINC range being launched this year.

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Bermondsey wall piece, Lorna Syson

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Bermondsey wall piece (detail), Lorna Syson

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Acoustic wall panel, Lorna Syson for Era Screens

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Acoustic wall panel (detail), Lorna Syson for Era Screens

 

 

 

 

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