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    About Lianne Kuijpers


 

The work of Lianne Kuijpers consists in designing surfaces, patterns and colours.
A concept-based approach, exciting colour pallets, graphic patterns and the use of repetition as a style are recurring features in her work.
Lianne works on self initiated and commissioned projects resulting in material applications such as wallcoverings, carpeting, rugs and fabrics.

 

Graduated in 2008 at the Design Academy Eindhoven, her interest in colourways and material design in general has been found during her studies. After graduating with two collections of material design, she has been working on projects for textile industries, interior architecture, trend research and material applications.

 

Lianne considers herself a material designer. Her feeling with material surfaces could be described as an intuitive urge to give identity to a space or to emphasize the identity of this space. This means that when a surface,pattern, or colourway is being designed this future or existing identity of the space is kept in mind in detail. Even when there is no space involved yet. This ‘space-thinking’ helps to create a clear style and a clear concept for a material, especially when it comes to collections.

 

Although Lianne is focusing on the identity of a project, her love for sophisticated colour pallets and graphic patterns, ergo her identity as a designer, always shimmers through lucidly.