BIOMIMICRY-Bee's Hive Honeycomb
One of three natural structures explored, to investigate how nature's design influences all aspects of modern day design, research and design's future development. Outcome is a selection of hand-woven and Jacquard fabrics to be used in architectural spac…
Graceful Textile Sculptures
Graceful Textile Sculptures Fransje Gimberes textile structures result from a thorough material and form study. For this project called Standing Textiles the artists ambition was to revisit textile and its natural fragility to create a robust material that can be used to build interior furnitures. A bio-resin allowed the artist to shape and retain the form of her sculptures while preserving the textile delicate look. This amazing work was showcased during the Dutch Design Week 2017 thus…
Juxtapoz Magazine - Wies Preijde's Fiber-woven Walls
Netherlands-based artist Wies Preijde's latest installation uses a series of hand-woven walls and combination of lines, colors, views and passagew...
morgan hale / woven goods / coziness for body and home by softgrid
Morgan Hale @m.h.a.l.e www.morgan-hale.com Morgan Hale is a weaver and maker based in San Francisco, California. She fell in love with weaving during college when she entered the sun filled loom room at MassArt. Morgan now weaves from a large floor loom in her living room turned studio space. She finds weaving relaxing and meditative, and her work is propelled by the repetitive rhythm and movement of the process. Texture, pattern, natural elements and the desire to use an ancient technique…
Chandra Cerrito Contemporary, Hatch, Krowswork, Johansson Projects, Mama Buzz, Oakopolis, 21 Grand - Oakland Art Murmur - Oakland East Bay California Art Galleries Events: April 2, 2010
Waffle screen | Studio Samira Boon
The structure and surface of the woven waffle screen are one and the same; frame = screen and screen = frame. A special combination of weaving techniques and yarns produce a soft 3D fabric with a dept
Designer of the Day: Hiroko Takeda – SURFACE
The Brooklyn-based designer discusses maintaining the legacy of the handmade, fear of drowning in Gowanus, and a piece she’s completing for Richard Meier.