Kuba, Hana, Delft and Garden Path are new fabrics for 2022
We are having an Open Day 6th-7th October 2022 showcasing our new fabrics and wallpapers.
You will be able to look round the studio, watch the fabric being printed, buy cushions, lamps and off cuts of fabric and also have a tour of our pionerring water system that increases biodiversity and habitat creation while also cleaning all out print waste.
Please email or call to book a time. firstname.lastname@example.org
A new opportunity to join the Rapture & Wright team.
We are looking for someone to help with cushion production - cutting and sewing, along with sample box making and sample cutting. An option to get involved with screen printing as well.
Either part time (flexible hours) or full time.
You will be based in the studio as part of the growing Rapture & Wright team. This position would suit someone who is very proficient at sewing, interested in interiors and textiles and working as part of a team.
Please email your CV to rebecca@raptureandwright for further info.
Our award winning Cotswold based design
and hand print studio is looking for a
full time print room assistant to join our expanding team.
This fantastic opportunity would suit a recent textile graduate or someone with a passion for textiles and interiors.
The day to day role would include working as part of the screen printing team and mixing colours.
Building sustainable company.
Whilst Rapture & Wright draw upon the artisan traditions of the past, they look to the future by minimising the environmental impact of their print production. Key to these aims has been the development of a ground breaking, environmentally sustainable print works, allowing them to work within the highest ecological standards.
We believe that in house production gives us a holistic oversight of the entire process from the production of the cloth, through printing and waste disposal to the packaging and dispatch of orders.
Winners of Homes and Gardens Sustainability Award 2021
Judges Comments: Rapture & Wright’s handmade fabrics and wallpapers are manufactured in-house to leave the smallest environmental imprint possible. Among its list of credentials, which include UK-based production, mechanical rather than chemical processes, printing to order, renewable energy and a 2030 self-sufficiency goal, the company has developed a groundbreaking studio that uses an ecological treatment system to break down print waste through a series of living ponds.
‘This impressed me as they have thoroughly designed their production process,’ says Sebastian Cox. ‘It’s exactly the kind of forward-thinking approach textile manufacturing needs.’