Home is Where the Wool is

By Jo Phillips

The Woolmark Company woos wool and has ‘unveiled the potentials of Merino wool in the furnishing sector’ with its new project, The Wool Lab Interiors. Beyond being known as the soft, warm, fluffy winter staple, Merino wool is indeed a resilient material with untold scientifically-proven benefits, such as moisture absorption, flame resistance, sound and heat insulation, eco-sustainability, etc.

In partnership with Wallpaper* Magazine, eight international designers showcase their personal interpretation of a woolly home sweet home whether as a material for bedding, floor, interior textiles, accessories and insulating materials at this year’s Salone del Mobile in Milan.

Adam Goodrum Studio – Furniture design, Australia
Adam Goodrum - Shoes
Adam Goodrum – Shoes

Esrawe Studio – Interior and Furniture design, Mexico
Esrawe - Bench
Esrawe – Bench

Jahara Studio – Furniture design, Brazil; Hassel – Architecture studio based in London & Australia
Hassel the garden wall
Brunno Jahara (Jahara Studio) Chaise Longue. Hassel the garden wall.

Ron Gilad – designer based in New York
Ron Gilad – Butler
Ron Gilad – Butler

Simon Heijdens – Designer, UK
Simon Heijdens – Draper
Simon Heijdens – Draper

Snarkitecture – an American architecture studio

Emiliano Godoy, Environmental designer, Mexico
Emiliano Godoy
Emiliano Godoy

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