Spotted at World of Interiors Facebook page: a video of textile artist Pauline Caulfield’s brilliant 1968 diploma show while studying at the Royal College of Art. Moving textile panels function as wall covering, art and window treatment.  Ingenious and Inspiring.  If video doesn’t render, view it HERE.

THAT’s the solution to my bedroom window with its spectacular view of the park across the way. I don’t want a curtain that will block the view and clutter the smallish room but I do want something to darken the room at night and when glaring sunlight heats the place up in the late summer afternoons. Now to figure out ceiling tracks, fabric panels…

But really, the idea fabric panels that move on ceiling tracks could applied for all sorts of purposes, including room dividers and partitions. Caulfield makes them artful.


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