Edward van Vliet at Masterly

Textiles & More introduces a collection of fabrics inspired on sources of influence that can be found throughout Edward van Vliet’s world of design; nature and geometrics. All designs are presented at Masterly, Milan 4 – 7 April 2017.


Building on the classic tradition of floral patterns in rugs and fabrics, the Nature collection celebrates, rich, natural themes. Brimming with detail and colour but carefully arranged, these fabrics speak of rainforests, English country halls and the age of natural exploration. A sparse, minimalistic context, capturing and exhibiting the wonders of nature.

Geometrical themes and their natural origins have always been a inspiration in Edward van Vliet’s work and a pillar of his design philosophy. Powerful shapes and lines reminiscing early Arabic mathematical exploits, the age of navigation by celestial objects, the zodiac and triangulation. This series offers a variety of patterns and designs that add a contemporary, yet sophisticated foundation to a space.


Edward van Vliet (1965) is in the business for over 25 years and is admired worldwide for his eclectic designs. With his design studio Van Vliet is working on various products, textiles and interior designs. He creates for known designer labels such as Moroso, Bisazza and Moooi, he designs furniture and prints and is responsible for many impressive interior designs for the famous hotels.


Dutch designers, artisan producers and design agencies present themselves in the centre of Milan. At the fascinating Palazzo Francesco Turati the Dutch pavilion arises with the best design and artisan craftsmanship the Netherlands has to offer. Excellent Dutch design, fashion and photography has soul and its own identity. The pavilion functions as a close unity with two distinguished pillars.In the historic spaces of the Palazzo, historic and contemporary design melt into a breath taking exhibition. At the contemporary spaces of the Palazzo, Dutch companies and top designers who hold high the banner of artisan craftsmanship and fine design are represented.

The Grand Courtyard with the tents designed by Edward van Vliet and made by TenCate Outdoor Fabrics.