Christiane Maurer is a German born textile artist, designer and design researcher. She lives in the Netherlands.

After her graduation in Industrial Design at Universität der Künste Berlin she worked as a researcher, focusing on the history of textile design and on the perception of man-made artefacts, which earned her a PhD from Delft University of Technology. As designer, she has a broad experience in developing woven textiles for industry.

This website features her work as textile artist, which is closely connected to her activities in design and research. Her double weaves explore the perception of colors in relation to each other in ever changing, often iridescent, color transitions and patterns. Looking smooth and industrial-made, they are, however, the result of a painstaking artisanal process that can only be realized by thorough craftsmanship.

Please follow this link to How a Double Weave is made if you want to learn more about the technical process of her artwork.

Click here to stay informed about new work, to inquire about available artwork and pricing, or about commissions and exhibitions.

You can find more about Christiane Maurer on, her Instagram and Facebook pages and in an interview by, the platform for textile and fiber artists. 



9TH INTERNATIONAL MINI TEXTILE ART EXHIBITION “SCYTHIA”, June 6-21, 2019, Ivano-Frankivs’k, Ukraine.

13TH INTERNATIONAL BIENNIAL OF FIBRE ART “SCYTHIA”, August 6-18, 2020, Ivano-Frankivs’k, Ukraine.

PUSHING THE LIMITS. A Virtual Shaft Weaving Art Exhibition. 1 December 2020 – 1 December 2021.