JainJain is a Taiwanese textile design studio founded in 2015. I have been creating home goods and clothing designs inspired by patterns discovered in everyday objects seen around Taiwan. Unusual patterns such as those seen in drywall construction, the ironwork around windows and doors, and colorful metal roofs.
Reduction & Simplicity are considered two important elements in life, to reduce and then to simplify. This serves as a reminder to clarify one’s own desires to confine all ideas, no matter how large, within a controlled and realistic scope in order to avoid deviation. I like to create things with simple concepts, such as lines or geometric patterns, the plaid reduces the dazzling lights, and simplifies the heaviness of darkness. JainJain’s pattern design derives from the urban landscape of Taiwan. Those expressive city impressions, such as the linear array of sheet metal roofing, or a wall decaying from rain erosion. These are the sources of inspiration for our design language. All the products are designed with our exclusive limited fabric sources. Each is unique, and one-of-a-kind, with slight variations in cuttings from our pattern fabrics.