Studio Ford Honors the Bauhaus Women With ‘Interwoven'
Studio Ford celebrates the women behind-the-scenes of the Bauhaus movement with its fifth collection, “Interwoven.”
Founded by Josie Ford in 2017, the Los Angeles-based textile atelier is known for its timeless and soulful creations inspired by Indian block printing. Each and every piece is designed in California and handprinted by a team of specialists in Jaipur, India.
The “Interwoven” collection comprises quilts, throws, pillows, and table linens that exude geometric and abstract appeal. Primary colors and shapes are prevalent, as the atelier draws influences not only from the Bauhaus movement’s “function follows design” principle, but also from the women artists who have helped define the movement — namely textile artists Gunta Stölzl, Anni Albers, Otti Berger, and Benita Koch-Otte.
Take a closer look at the collection in the gallery above. The assortment is priced from $130 – $660 USD, available for purchase from Studio Ford’s official website.
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