While many readers may see the name Organized Complexity and think it refers to their way of thinking (or their office), it is actually the name of a new textile collection by Luum. Designed by Suzanne Tick, Organized Complexity includes six textiles "that observe how humans connect in relationship to nature's dynamism."
Limitless Loop is a chunky little wonder of a fabric with dimensional quilting. Some colors feature contrasting stitching, which emphasizes the soft geometry of loops and lines.
Milieu is a recycled chenille fabric with soft striations and a matte surface. It comes in 27 colors, including soft neutrals and vivid brights.
A 100% recycled, biodegradable polyester textile, Intraweb features a 3-color pattern that "references the impact of communication on social systems." Intraweb uses a bio-catalyst additive and biodegrades in anaerobic environments in 3.5 years.