& textile visions
Panorama Fabrics is a design studio in Berlin that combines textile design and visual communication acting in the field of innovative textile development and its interactions - facing current social issues such as climate change.
The textile product that gets our full attention is: SUNKOLOR.
It is a newly developed textile UV-awareness system, which has not existed in this form before. SUNKOLOR helps to adapt in a changing world caused by clima change.
Both founders are united by their love for the material and their curiosity in interdisciplinary collaborations to create something new together.
The studio was formed out of a strong interest in conceiving and developing its own products and designs. Thematically, Panorama Fabrics deals with different forms of interaction between textiles and our climate and asks the question what innovative role textiles can have in this.
The first independent product of the studio is sunkolor, which deals with the UV display in textiles to make radiation visible to humans.
Karina Wirth [she/her] is a Textile Design graduate (M.A.) from the Weißensee School of Art and Design Berlin.
Gabriela Kapfer [she/her] is a Visual Communication Designer (M.A.) from the University of the Arts Berlin.