The fluid forms and dynamic interwoven lines are available is two versions inspired by unique qualities of traditional dwellings and basket weaving techniques from the Philippines. The pieces are made of metal wrapped in wood veneer, bamboo rattan and recyclable polyethylene. These materials have flexible properties for transforming the perception of everyday objects, and pushing the process to new limits.
As a design feature, its open structure creates a translucent environment within the chair allowing the user to experience the craft, and connect with the surroundings. It could also be paired with comfortable cushions made with textiles developed with a weaving community located in the Northern part of the Philippines using antique-pedal looms.
Design: Evangeline Pesigan