3 articles in the category: Chapters

  • Chapter SS21

    Chapter SS21 | KNITBRARY

    Cyanotype created by knitbrary

    The longest known journey to and from the scale of tiny, the knot made by the simplest creative gesture of the hand, to search in that creative beginning, the path of a new expression.

    A fractal that goes from inside to outside and back inside to be and maintain the creative moment.

    The journey of the search to build your own identity, although this time the journey has been surverted.

  • The answer is simple: Peru. A place where the art of knitting is a poetic expression intrinsically linked to its oldest traditions.knitbrary was born with the aim of creating an [...]

    The answer is simple: Peru.

    knitbrary - Where?

    knitbrary - Peru

    A place where the art of knitting is a poetic expression intrinsically linked to its oldest traditions.

    knitbrary was born with the aim of creating an archive of the best natural fibers in the world, always working on their original place with local artisans, and there is no place like Peru to find so many precious yarns.

    Our first travel to Peru in 2011 was simply the beginning of a love story.

    knitbrary - Peru

  • "The whole world must be full of color." (Gio Ponti)

    Chapter AW20/21

    How wonderful it is to build. When creativity transcends disciplines, creating becomes an extension of how one sees the world, an expression of a contemporary thought. With careful understanding, like that of a work of art, a crafted piece is to be experienced within.

    Volumes and textures, materials and visual composites are distilled elaborate reflections and a playful exploration of ideas and methods. Such a piece permeates and charms the soul. To the grand thinkers and visionary makers.

    Our AW20/21 collection pays homenage to one of te most influential design visionaries of 20th century:

    Gio Ponti, Italian architect, designer and editor, perceived the form each of his projects in his own terms from essentiality to expressiveness, illusoriness and estructural invention.

    His aim was to make kinships visible; the kinships between the many things that express, adorn or serve our lives and homes. Ponti was an enthusiast of the perfect simultaneity of ancient and modern art, and architect as artist. A whole life fighting for art.