TEXTILE • noun: textile; plural noun: textiles.
1. A type of cloth or woven fabric. “a fascinating range of pottery, jewellery, and textiles”. 2. (among nudists) A non-nudist, especially on a beach. “nudists to the left, textiles to the right”. 3. The branch of industry involved in the manufacture of cloth. “in textiles, more women were employed than men”.
Synonyms: fabric, cloth, material.
Origin: Early 17th century: from Latin textilis, from text- ‘woven’, from the verb texere.
3222 Detail of the Washhouse exhibition, 2010
3048 Detail of the Tafelbloemkleed tablecloth, 2004
3296 Interior view of Hôtel Dupanloup, 2014
3399 Exhibition view of Love is Love in Montreal, 2017
3222 The Washhouse project exhibited, 2010
3038 Linnenkasthuis set up in the studio, 2002
3178 Blue House Rug being produced, 2009
4040 Jurgen Bey installing Disorder Sent to Heaven, 2005
3173 Production of props for the Silver Sugar Spoon exhibition, 2010
3304 Detail of shopping window designed for Hermès, 2013
3304 Overview of shopping window designed for Hermès, 2013
3303 Spatial manuscript depicting conception of space, 2012
3209 Daily Hanky as shown at the Salone del Mobile 2010, 2010
4061 Tea towels above the sink at Boijmans van Beuningen (Photo by Roel van Tour), 2008
3043 Laundry spotted along the route of the &Route, 2003