• Dsg_02_1981
  • Dsg_05_memphis_198
  • Dsg_07_1982
  • Dsg_08_memphis_1982
  • Dsg_09_memphis_1982
  • Dsg_11_1982
  • Dsg_13_memphis_1983
  • Dsg_15_1982
  • Dsg_19_memphis_1982
  • Dsg_20_1982
  • Dsg_21_memphis_1983
  • Dsg_24_1984
  • Dsg_26_1984
  • Dsg_54_1984
  • Dsg_57_1984
  • Dsg_58_1984
  • Dsg_59_1984
  • Dsg_60_1984
  • Dsg_63_1984

Nathalie du Pasquier

Posted by Bryony Quinn,

As part of the Memphis collective (led by Ettore Sottsass), Nathalie du Pasquier designed surfaces – textiles and carpets – plus furniture and objects that have the synonymous visual patois of the early 1980s and that famous group of designers. Her motifs, repeated indeterminably and in whatever colour she saw fit was a welcome antidote to the day’s “good taste.” In retrospect, her patterns are still pleasingly, happily irreverent while also sitting quite nicely into a fashionably late embracing of all things post-modern.


Posted by Bryony Quinn

Bryony was It’s Nice That’s first ever intern and worked her way up to assistant online editor before moving on to pursue other interests in the summer of 2012.