Textile Design

Fadhilah Syed Azmi

My work is inspired by the two cultures that are personally closest to me, Malaysia and Austria. I want to express storytelling and identity through my textiles aimed for a high-end interiors market. In particular, lengths of fabric for curtains and tapestries. Foliage from Malaysia and Austria was the focal point for my designs. Through drawing foliage I developed a colourful and organic mood for my textiles. The colour gold plays a big role in both cultures in very different ways. The use of gold represents the merging of both cultures and also symbolizes opulence.

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Textile Design

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