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BA (Hons) Embroidery

Sophie Corfan

Sophie’s practice is inspired by the intrinsic flexibility of fabric, structure within textiles, and the consumer’s relationship with a product. 

Exploration of these interests led to developing multi-life, a series of interior textiles which can be adapted by the user to fulfill a variety of functions. 

Made from reclaimed materials, the looped textile structure allow the pieces to be manipulated and linked with simple attachments to create user-defined forms, and a multitude of possibilities for interaction, tactility and comfort. 

To see more of Sophie’s work or share your thoughts on multi-life, please get in touch.

Sophie Corfan - multi-life

multi-life

Sophie Corfan - multi-life

multi-life

Sophie Corfan - multi-life

multi-life

Sophie Corfan - multi-life

multi-life

Sophie Corfan - multi-life

multi-life

Sophie Corfan - multi-life

multi-life

Tags: Constructed Textiles, Consumer Relationship, Cushions, Environmental Design, Fabric Manipulation, Flooring, Furniture, Interior Furnishings, Interiors, Multi-functional, Product, Reclaimed Materials, Recycling, Seating, Sustainability, Textiles, User-interaction

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