Knit! by Kvadrat Brings Together 28 Works Using Febrik’s Knitted Textiles

09.17.20 | By
Knit! by Kvadrat Brings Together 28 Works Using Febrik’s Knitted Textiles

During 3 Days of Design in Copenhagen earlier this month, Kvadrat presented its fourth edition of Kvadrat’s Design Projects, which enlisted 28 designers to create designs using their Febrik knitted textiles. Knit! came together with the help of curators Anniina Koivu, Jeffrey Bernett, Johanna Agerman Ross, Njusja de Gier, and Renee Merckx who hand-picked designers known for their material, form and color explorations. Kvadrat Febrik is a line of  three-dimensional textiles that easily form to shapes making it the perfect material to explore all kinds of possibilities, from furniture, clothing, sculptures, tableware and more.

Adam Goodrum \\\ Photo: Luke Evans

Adam Goodrum \\\ Photo: Luke Evans

Elaine Yan Ling Ng / The Fabrick Lab \\\ Photo: Tracy Wong

Benja Harney \\\ Photo: Christopher Morris

Malmö Upcycling Service \\\ Photo: Luke Evans

Shigeki Fujishiro \\\ Photo: Luke Evans

Wataru Kumano \\\ Photo: Luke Evans

Visibility \\\ Photo: Lana Ohrimenko

Paola Sakr \\\ Photo: Luke Evans

Objects of Common Interest \\\ Photo: Luke Evans

Ana Kraš \\\ Photo: Luke Evans

Ania Jaworska \\\ Photo: Luke Evans

Raw Color \\\ Photo: Luke Evans

Studio Bertjan Pot \\\ Photo: Luke Evans

Studio Truly Truly \\\ Photo: Luke Evans

Yinka Ilori \\\ Photo: Luke Evans

Ayzit Bostan \\\ Photo: Luke Evans

Maria Blaisse and Bin Xu \\\ Photo: Luke Evans

Julie Richoz \\\ Photo: Luke Evans

Zaven \\\ Photo: Luke Evans

Kvadrat Febrik Swatches

Knit! by Kvadrat continues in digital form featuring all 28 works on display at Kvadrat’s headquarters in Ebeltoft, Denmark.

Caroline Williamson is Editor-in-Chief of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.