LA-based designer Azadeh Shladovsky is best known for her artful, empathetic interiors and sculptural furniture collections. A master at distilling elements of a space to create depth in the way interiors are experienced, Shladovsky's design perspective is grounded in a rich and diverse life experience, a multicultural upbringing, and travels that have made her a keen observer of the world. With an eye for details that are commonly overlooked, Shladovsky translates these nuances into meaningful moments and experiences in every project she undertakes.
Wonderful strip weave handspun cotton, stitch resist dyed
with natural indigo tie-dye, later embroidered with wonderfully colorful cotton threads in playful patterns, from the Dogon of Mali, mid century with embroidery added later.
Resist-stitched, indigo-dyed Ndop cloth used for clothing and
ritual ceremonies, made from handwoven strips of cotton and dyed with natural indigo with raffia to create tribal and geometric patterns, from the Bamileke of the grasslands of Cameroon. Made between the ...