Designed to Touch.

Haptic Lab is an interdisciplinary design studio, founded by Brooklyn architect Emily Fischer in 2009. Specializing in tactile and sensory design, our custom handmade objects and spaces are designed to playfully explore the sense of touch and feel. Emily made her first quilted maps when her mother was diagnosed with glaucoma; these early projects were meant to be wayfinding tools for the visually impaired.

hap • tic: referring to the sense of touch 

We make intricate quilts, kites, furniture, and environments that combine new technologies with traditional craft techniques -- infusing a sense of play and timelessness into everything we make.

Quilts • Kites  Architecture  Jell-O molds  Public Art Installations • Furniture

Constellation Quilt from Public Record on Vimeo.

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