Maud Vantours is a young and very talented designer based in Paris, France was born in 1985 in France.
Color, material and patterns have an important place in her work, like paper, which became her favorite material. She sculpts it in 3D layer after layer, by superimposing paper and colors to create inspired patterns in volume.
As a pick-me-up for this Monday morning, we’ve animated one of Alexander Girard’s most vibrant textiles, “Hexagon,” that he created for Herman Miller. Setting a chain of his green and blue hexagons in motion was the only thing that could possibly make this textile more dynamic than it already is.
As the card from Girard’s textile indexing system shows, “Hexagon” was used in the Miller House Maid’s Room. We previously shared Girard’s color story for the Maid’s Room, so be sure to check that out and see how Girard paired this unique fabric with others to complete his vision for this space.