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Fibre[s] Design
Innovative materials & objects for better living
Pauline Lacoste, January 29, 2018
Design'in Région Pays de Loire éditionBenjamin Pawlica (Ecole Pivaut)  designer Benjamin Pawlica
Design'in Région Pays de Loire éditionBenjamin Pawlica (Ecole Pivaut) designer Benjamin Pawlica
 
Following on from this is a plunge into the amazing world of natural fibres other than those of timber… Wheat straw, bamboo, hemp, coir (coconut husk), linen, pine viscose, nettle, osier, vine, water hyacinth root, rice, ficus skins, seaweed, abaca, maize, cork, soya bean, thyme, rosemary, green tea, wheat husk… These vegetable fibres are worked using different processes to make objects, furniture or clothing that are both aesthetically pleasing and highly resistant. There are some surprises in store for visitors, such as the coffin in recycled paper bonded with a plant-base hardener, the bamboo bicycle, a jacket in ficus skin, a rug in paper shreds and a chair in pressed paper.

éditionFriedemann Buehler_Friedemann Buehler_Bowl.
éditionFriedemann Buehler_Friedemann Buehler_Bowl.
 
édition Serge Lesage_Frédérique Lepers_Curves
édition Serge Lesage_Frédérique Lepers_Curves
 
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