Weitzner launches Soiree, the Spring 2013 Fabrics Collection
This season, Weitzner has planned the perfect party with the brand new Soiree Collection. Like any good host, Weitzner has assembled an engaging and memorable cast of characters: durable yet elegant upholsteries, ethereal and innovative draperies and statement embroideries. Brighter, richer tones enhance the signature palette of tailored neutrals and earth-tones hues, offering depth and drama to Weitzner’s classic composition.
“When we began designing this collection, our goal was to bring a fresh and innovative approach to our fabrics by blending new and old techniques with the artistry made by hand. We wanted to create products that are not only beautiful and luxurious, but also easy to use in a multitude of spaces; where the "wow factor" can live in harmony with subtlety,” explains Lori Weitzner, principal and creative director of Weitzner. “The Soiree collection combines those goals with a new kind of sophistication, using a complex blend of texture and color; setting warm inviting tones for the new interior".
The Soiree collection features 18 fabrics. The drapery fabrics include, Luna, Aerie, Mela, Glacier, Tetra, Respite, Isis, Orchard and Jubilee.
Introducing Archipelago, Weitzner's Spring 2013 Wallcoverings Collection
This season the renowned design firm Weitzner introduces an innovative new collection of wallcoverings aptly named Archipelago. Much like the eponymous natural phenomenon, Archipelago’s ten designs are distinct in their personalities, yet unite as one through purpose. Drawing together handmade items, the collection features wallcoverings with an organic, natural feel and classics that have a more practical application.
Interior Design Best of Year 2012 for Cumulus
We are very happy to announce that Weitzner's Cumulus received Interior Design Magazine’s 2012 Best of Year in the Wallcovering : Textile category!
Thank you for your support!
Interior Design Best of Year Finalist 2012
Weitzner’s Cumulus is being honored as a finalist for Interior Design Magazine’s 2012 Best of Year Awards in the Wallcovering/Fabrics category.
Thanks to all who voted! The winners will be announced live at the Best of Year Awards ceremony in New York City on November 29th.
Clean Vinyls debut in the Metropolis Collection
In their new Metropolis Collection, Weitzner introduces Clean Vinyl Technology (CVT), a progressive, eco-friendly solution to traditional vinyl wallcoverings. This landmark product meets rigorous industry standards and offers value-driven luxury while improving indoor air quality and eliminating the greatest health concerns associated with vinyl: no ortho-phthalate plasticizers, arsenic-based biocides, heavy metals (including barium), antimony-based fire retardants, or formaldehyde.
As urbane and diverse as the modern city, this collection offers a balance of uptown elegance and downtown chic in four signature styles. Layering printed inks and embossed textures, these Weitzner Perform Clean Vinyl wallcoverings achieve a range of looks from the matte texture of natural fibers to the detailed surfaces of stitched and quilted effects. From bedroom to boardroom, this versatile collection adds depth and refinement to any space.
Photo Finish for PhilaU Students
"In the end, there could be only one: The thirty Philadelphia University students participating in a special spring program with textile studios Weitzner Limited presented their final wall covering projects to a panel of guest jurists at a special buffet dinner event held in Philadelphia. Narrowed to five teams, the graduate-and-undergraduate designers — all of them dressed to the nines — showed off products produced during a semester’s work. Each team was vying for the chance to have their team’s proposal selected for commercial distribution by Weitzner Limited."
Continue reading at: interiordesign.net
Lori at Philadephia University
"In phase two of a semester-long collaboration, designer Lori Weitzner recently traveled to Philadelphia University’s College of Design, Engineering & Commerce to look over the initial wall covering and textile proposals presented by 30 participating graduate and undergraduate students. In phase one of the program, the group of industrial designers, fashion designers and business students had visited Weitzner’s studio and Pollack’s headquarters in New York."
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