The Belgian design scene is vast and diverse. Belgian institutions are always at the forefront of supporting the people, new projects and products that make our country dynamic and unique.
The work of textile designer Kim Vande Pitte has two components. The first is the digitally printed fabric. This can come in different sizes and colours and presents a variation around lines, which act as the common thread. Over the seasons, the early modular line came to be defined in a more constructed approach, in terms of both volume and shading.
The other component of KPV’s work: the development of bespoke projects – benches, curtains, cushions and so on. The common focus, however, is always a desire to offer small-scale European productions.