Alice Percy-Raine draws on architectural structures to create a unique surface design


Material driven textile designer Alice Percy-Raine draws on architectural structures to form a playful, rhythmic and tactile surface that allows the viewer to connect through their sense of touch. Possessing a deep understanding of material characteristics has allowed Alice to use a range of different materials ranging from seagrass cord to silicone foam tubing. Alice’s current collection works perfectly for internal feature areas, partitioning and even possesses noise reduction properties, making it ideal for a plethora of environments including offices, retail and high end residential projects.

The use of seagrass cord creates a more structural and rough effect in contrast to the soft and wooly merino wool allowing for a more decorative yet three dimensional depth to her pieces.