As a part of SCAD's Collaborative Learning Center, the students enrolled in the fibers Comput­er-aided Jacquard Design and fibers Digital Textile Printing designed interior collections for Fabricut's Stroheim brand, with the opportunity to have certain designs produced and presented in Traditional Home Magazine. The students were tasked with creating collections of six to ten textile prototypes for residential interiors, interpreting the idea of a "New Traditional" aesthetic. Divided into four teams made up of fibers, graphic design and illustration students, we collaborated across majors to develop designs that could be translated into textiles, prints, and wovens. Students also explored techniques such as screen printing, laser-cutting, fiber-etching, foiling, embroidery, dobby, jacquard, and hand-weaving.

Team Global Connection

A special thank you to the Savannah College of Art and Design Collaborative Learning Center, the Fabricut and Traditional Home Magazine representatives, and our professors for their time, criticism, and the incredible opportunity. 


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