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About the studio
Studio Lotte Gulpers was founded in 2017 following the founder's deep fascination for the properties of natural textile fibers. While diving into the use of Dutch native plant fibers Gulpers (Heerlen, the Netherlands, 1995) discovered a rich history of Dutch textile traditions and the use of botanical colors. Now the studio promotes the use of natural fibers, being mindful of skin health, and finding the beauty in using waste or renewable sources.
Healthy design for all
To discover what the landscape around us has to offer, Studio Lotte Gulpers aspires to create a healthy environment for all creatures and critters. This calls for truly understanding and continually observing the impact your design decisions have on the ecosystems you interact with. Rediscovering past strengths can improve the way we do things today for a regenerated and healthier environment.
"I am eager to fashion a durable textile industry through regenerative design education and textile design assignments with my wonderful clients. Let's work together to make this happen!"
Founder / Designer
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