Cass Alumna Anne Kyyro Quinn features in exhibition at Somerset House's West Wing
Date: 13 March 2013
BA( Hons) Textile Design alumna, Anne Kyyro Quinn has a whole room dedicated to her felt textile acoustic panels and products at 'Wool House'.
In the world’s largest showcase of wool, the recently renovated West Wing of Somerset House has been transformed into a home made primarily from wool. Seven individual rooms, from the bedroom to the study, created by leading designers, such as Kit Kemp and Donna Wilson, will be exhibited to show how the design community uses wool extensively in their work. Three additional rooms will be dedicated to fashion displays, celebrating the importance of the fibre in today’s fashion industry. Presented by The Campaign for Wool, an artisan in residence will also work on location throughout the period demonstrating the heritage of industry skills to the public.
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