Child’s Check is inspired by ‘Rug Design for Child’s Room’, a work by Albers in 1928. It was not a completed work but a sketch, which Albers later planned to create as a textile piece. The design has been re-imagined in the brand’s house colours and tones to compliment the new collection.
sland Atmosphere is a design by Nick Herder that masterfully captures the ever-changing and enchanting light of Fogo Island’s weather. This unique piece reflects the diverse atmospheric conditions that paint the island’s landscape with a mesmerizing palette. Nick’s creation brings to life the dynamic interplay of light, showcasing the island’s atmospheric nuances. From the soft glow of dawn to the vibrant hues of sunset, “Island Atmosphere” invites you to experience the magic of Fogo Island’s weather in a captivating tapestry of colour and mood.
Make Fish is a heartfelt tribute to the noble cod that has been a sustaining force for generations of Newfoundlanders. This captivating design is brought to life by Nick Herder, one of the original architects of Fogo Island Inn. Make Fish embodies the deep connection between the island’s inhabitants and the essential role played by the cod in their lives. With intricate details and a touch of artistic reverence, Nick Herder’s design pays homage to the cultural and historical significance of this noble creature. Join us in celebrating the enduring legacy of the cod through this beautifully crafted piece.
To celebrate the coronation of His Majesty King Charles III, the house of Christopher Farr Cloth has reimagined a design from the archive of renowned designer Michael Szell. The unique design called Richmond is inspired by an original textile design that Szell, a Royal Warrant holder, created during his tenure as an interior designer for members of the British Royal Family. The new Richmond wallpaper compliments the fabirc offering alreadsy featured in our collection and is presented in the same four contemporary hues.
Set the Scene is Donna Wilson’s rendition of the timeless French fabric Toile de Jouy, a piece that vividly captures scenes from Fogo Island. This design serves as a visual narrative, offering glimpses into the rich heritage of Fogo Island’s outport Newfoundland community.
Time Teller, is based on fabrics found in the tents of desert travellers, with a touch of modern flair. Kemp explains “Time Teller is deeply romantic to me, and I am looking forward to wrapping it around walls to give an embracing effect. The name comes from a timelessness and forgetfulness of time itself.”