Friday, November 13, 2009

Cristian Zuzunaga Shanghai Fabric for Ligne Roset

Cristian Zuzunaga is a Barcelona-born textile designer. His movement toward textiles began through graphic and type design, which he studied at the Royal College of Art. Understanding the value of textiles as literal fabric of everyday life, Zuzunaga strives to incorporate the nature of the city in his designs.

One example is the shanghai fabric designed by Zuzunaga for Ligne Roset. In it an interest in color and digital abstraction is apparent. Here the upholstery is found on the Togo sofa, a seat made of polyether foam. Initially, the shanghai fabric developed as a project for 100% Design London, but it will appear again next month at Design Miami.


1 comment:

Danny Naz said...


Creativo is reaching out to textile/surface designers across the globe and we came across your website. We feel that your work would be a great addition to our pool of designs.

Right now Creativo is looking to work with freelance textile designers to design for the different apparel markets we serve. We are working at the moment on putting together the collections for next year trade shows. Just to give you an idea, we have boys, girls, juniors, women’s and men’s collections (swimwear, street wear…etc.)

Please contact Alex @ if you or any designers are interested in being represented in the US market.