recycled paper macrame by corinne muller and piotr oleszkowicz
recycled paper macrame by corinne muller and piotr oleszkowicz recycled paper macrame by corinne muller and piotr oleszkowicz
jan 24, 2012

recycled paper macrame by corinne muller and piotr oleszkowicz

recycled paper macromé baskets of the ‘best before collection’ all images © best before

french design team corinne muller and piotr oleszkowicz of best before have been creating baskets of different forms
from recycled paper using macramé. to create the fibers, the duo hand-roll the paper into long pieces of twine. 
the strands are then knotted in order to achieve the shapes. muller and oleszkowicz are showing their
‘collection 05’ at maison et objet 2012

baskets from ticker fiber

a smaller basket knotted from thinner paper twine   process images of the macramé of paper fibers 

paris nord, villepinte exhibition centre
january 20-24, 2012

the winter installment of the bi-annual international trade show, maison et object 2012 is a collection of furniture, interior, industrial
and product design. the fair showcases both established and upcoming talent. 

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