New / Now: Pulp Contract Collection

Jodi Finer

14 January 2021
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Sneak a peek at our collections, collaborations and textile debuts, along with the inside scoop on how they all came to be.

“In residential design, we’re always bringing functionality and usability to our clients, and this collection will offer that to residential clients and will also give a wider range of luxury and artistic sensibility to the commercial sector.”

 


Known for their incredible repertoire of work ranging from commercial and retail projects to residential interiors and product designs, Pulp Design Studios is on a continuous quest for originality in their work, which they achieve through a combination of luxury design and a flair for the unexpected. The Pulp Team brings a sense of adventure to the business of design. So when it came to defining the narrative for a new Contract collection for S. Harris—their second collaboration with the fabric company—interior designers Beth Dotolo and Carolina V. Gentry of Pulp Design Studios, turned to an important source of inspiration for the team. Their latest  collection speaks to a collision of materials cast in an array of fashion hues and modern neutrals.

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Jodi Finer

As the Chief Brand Officer of Fabricut’s boutique textile brand S. Harris, Jodi Finer approaches her creative position with a deep connection to her grandfather’s legacy, her relationship with her father, who has always been her north star, and a level of mindfulness to thoughtful living. Jodi and her team have turned S. Harris into a socially conscious brand, working with several nonprofit partners locally and globally to not only reshape the conversation around how design impacts wellbeing but also to create design accessibility. S. Harris provides her the opportunity to reinvent community, build a fresh creative culture and create meaning for the storied fabric house.

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