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Thread Studio

  Denver Art Museum Project completed: June 2013 Project area: 1,500 sq. ft. Checklist: Over 500 textile objects in the display area   An exemplary result of close collaboration with the DAM’s Education Department, the Thread Studio

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is an educational space dedicated to the display and teaching of textile arts. The Thread Studio contains several zones for different types of learning: an interactive space with tables for hands-on activities; a display area around the perimeter of the room for exhibiting examples of different textile techniques and media; and a comfortable and inviting space to sit and watch a video or peruse books. Our challenge was two-fold: design a room that would have these three distinct spheres of learning but that also felt cohesive and inviting; and ensure that the display area around the room would be clear and digestible to all audiences. We chose wall and floor treatments as well as furniture that tied the room together aesthetically, and worked directly with the education and installation staff to create a system of mounting for the 500-plus delicate objects in the thematic displays for Weaving, Fibers, Lace, Quilting and Needlework. The graphic design for the space was by Evan Cotageorge/Affect. Organized by the Denver Art Museum as part of Spun: Adventures in Textiles.   Services:

Concept development Design and design consultation Materials, finishes, and color specifications Furniture and lighting specifications Cost estimation

  All photographs courtesy of Denver Art Museum | Jeff Wells