rachel harding: 3D lace
 
rachel harding: 3D lace rachel harding: 3D lace
oct 30, 2010

rachel harding: 3D lace

‘3D lace’ photo by designboom

recently graduating from her masters from the royal college of art, london, UK-based rachel harding, in collaboration with max klaentschi, explores the aesthetics of human dysfunction. based on scientific and cultural research, her designs are hybrids of technological possibility and societal ruin.

her project ‘3D lace’ takes traditional textiles and transforms them into three-dimensional objects. harding laces, tweeds and damasks are extruded to create stalagmite structures. each form retains a certain sense of decorative grandeur when viewed from above, but in profile they become something both beautiful and terrifying.

‘3D lace’ photo by designboom

there are six different textiles that can be extruded into 3D forms image © designboom

example of an extruded form image © designboom

textile 1

3D Lace from Rachel Harding on Vimeo.

textile 2

3D Lace from Rachel Harding on Vimeo.

textile 3

3D lace from Rachel Harding on Vimeo.

textile 4

3D Lace from Rachel Harding on Vimeo.

textile 5

3D Lace from Rachel Harding on Vimeo.

textile 6

3D Lace from Rachel Harding on Vimeo.

  • Love this! Makes me want to learn more about 3D imaging.

    anastasia e white says:
  • incredibly nice

    samantha says:
  • congrats to our intern Rachel at Droog!

    Agata says:

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