Woven Structure

Amsterdam based duo Stefan Scholten & Carole Baijings got inspired in tradition to create a modern series of table accessories.
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Based in a 17th century dutch weaving technique, the creative duo Scholten and Baijings use coloured willow fibers cleaved into very small portions and weave it together with a series of plastic pieces; giving shape and structure to a very light and unique bowl, with a remarkable architectural character.

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Company: T.E.
Year: 2008
Materials: willow wood fibres and plastic

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Maybe its the matte factory white but I get the impression of a plastic fork with a nice woven handle. I want to say colorizing the plastic would help but Im not sure.

Scholten & Baijings are the designers but who is the craftsman

 

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