Tactility Lab encourages collaboration, diversity and experimentation between designers, artists and technologists to bring about innovative products (not just surfaces!). If you are interested in collaborating, contact us. We are always looking for new challenges!
WISE (Woman in Science Industry and Construction). Commissioned TF to produce a stitched linen piece as a gift for HRH Princess Anne at the WISE celebration of construction Event at Westminster Academy.
A concrete and textile dress to demonstrate the concept that our clothes can potentially purify the air.
Brigitte Stepputis, Head of Coutour at Vivienne Westwood commissioned TF to produce 2 panels combining digitally printed imagery with linen and concrete for the Trajector Art Fair, Brussels.
Tactility Factory Lab in collaboration with Watts of Westminster developed Veronese velvet concrete, a pattern originally designed by the English Architect and Designer Augustus Pugin.
A collaboration with Thai weaver Jarupatcha Achavasmit from King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology, Ladkrabang, Thailand. Jarupatcha used naturally hand dyed and woven cotton yarns, specially designed weaves to be embedded in concrete.
A research project to expand Tactility Factory's knowledge of bigger, and larger volume textiles and elements. Funded by Creative Industries Innovation Fund.