Jennifer Shorto X TMBO Lounge Collection

Mazo launches new colab with British textile designer Jennifer Shorto.

Discovering the world of Jennifer Shorto -

We were immediately intrigued by Jennifer Shorto’s unique flair for beautiful textiles and fabrics and her lively approach to design.

The Fabrics – Silks, Cottons And Linens – Are Woven In The UK And Printed In France And Italy.

It was a match at first sight. Discovering the world of Jennifer Shorto and her playful and imaginative universe on Instagram, we at the Mazo team were immediately intrigued by both her unique flair for beautiful textiles and fabrics that blend historic references and traditional techniques and her lively and unpretentious approach to design trough her artisan eye.

 

For our TMBO Lounge Collection we have chosen to work with the vivid Seafoam textile – a light-hearted yet sturdy weave of cotton, viscose and flax that comes in various fresh colours such as pink, yellow and mint.

The Fabrics – Silks, Cottons And Linens – Are Woven In The UK And Printed In France And Italy.

 

The joyful bubble textile pattern is inspired by the work of artist Paul Klee’s ‘Polyphony’ from 1932 and comes together beautifully in the curviness and playful TMBO design from 1935

TMBO Lounge Chair in Seafoam Ocean

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REFERENCE CODE: SEAFOAM FIRELIGHT F26736107 C01

COMPOSITION: 45% CO 41% VISC 14% FLAX

FABRIC WIDTH: 136 cm / 53.5''

VERTICAL REPEAT: 36.6 cm / 14.4''

COLORWAY: TEAL, NEUTRAL, PINK, RED, OCEAN, CHARCOAL, FIRELIGHT

SOLD BY: METER

SUGGESTED USE:

Light upholstery

Heavy upholstery

Curtains

Dry cleaning

Jennifer Shorto founded her eponymous fabric and wallpaper company in 2013. Her designs are informed by a long-standing passion for textile history, as well as a peripatetic life: french-american by birth, she has lived at various points in Brazil, Mexico, Paris, Brussels and London, where her studio is now based.
 
For her fabrics Jennifer draws inspiration from her own extensive collection of antique textiles, ranging from 17th Century French Brocade To strip-woven cloths from West Africa. Bringing References from Handmade Textile Traditions into Contemporary Prints and Weaves, She Hopes to Play a Role In Keeping Such Traditions And Their Spirit Alive.

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