Moving from Print to Texture

Giles Miller

Innovative textures from the Giles Miller studio

Another major trend from the Surface Design show was the extensive use of texture across different materials. Textures have become more and more sophisticated and they cover variety of new materials, even concrete.

HeliotHeliot & Co. is a new surface diffusion-brand developed by the creative design practice Giles Miller Studio. This on-trend wood patchwork panelling is an example of warm, darker tone use of wood variaties.

Concrete texturesSophisticated texturised patterns on concrete by the Graphic Relief Ltd.

2 thoughts on “Moving from Print to Texture

    • Yes I have been following this company for a few years. They have a unique style. The texture looks even better ‘live’. So much happening at the moment in concrete development.

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