elisa strozyk: wooden carpet elisa strozyk: wooden carpet
jan 21, 2010

elisa strozyk: wooden carpet

wooden carpet image © designboom

[d3] design talents, currently in its fourth year at imm cologne 2010, is presenting a showcase of design projects by students, recent graduates, young professionals and design studios. it is divided into the three events: [d3] contest, [d3] professionals and [d3] schools.

amongst many other invited talents, german textile designer elisa strozyk is showcasing her wooden textiles carpet made from veneer offcuts. her technique in creating this piece is to laser cut the veneer pieces and bond them onto fabric. the wooden carpet can lie flat on the floor, but can also be playfully positioned due to its surprisingly flexible form. conceptually, her work intends to look at materials in new ways. she is interested in re-evaluating our presumptions about the resources we use, especially as our environmental wealth continually diminishes today.

wooden carpet, 0.06cm X 110cm X 210cm

wooden carpet flat on the floor

detail image © designboom image © designboom

image © designboom

wooden carpet rolled up

textile table

detail of textile table

textile bench

textile sewing box

designer elisa stroyzk portrait © designboom

  • wow…. how beautyful 🙂

    bas says:
  • Wonderful work… congratulations..!

    Jerry says:
  • amazing work

    V says:
  • Outstanding, a beautiful and unique concept! I would love to get one for the dining table

    [url=http://www.terrybarriff.com] Terry Barriff [/url] says:
  • wowwow

    Dani says:
  • Beautiful, clever, just amazing!

    Laura says:
  • the carpet is almost as beautiful as the artist

    demosthenes says:
  • Faceted trend is so popular nowadays..

    This is more than popular – Its one daring piece of work that uses extremely challenging material.

    for more cool wooden stuffs – [url=http://www.iheartwood.com] iheartwood [/url]

    jaymee says:
  • It’s really really great, so is the designer…wow !

    Dave says:
  • I really like the it. The idea of using a semi-rigid material and turning it into something that is so flexible. Very nice

    Ger says:
  • amazing, nice work

    henning says:
  • amaziiing.. great
    like this!

    singantuk says:
  • simple idea used intelligently.. keep up the great work!!

    Shailja says:

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