Who would have thought it could be done? A material made half of wood and half of textile.
Take a closer look at what Elisa Strozyk, a German textile designer has created. It’s genius!
Strozyk says, “One of the processes to design a flexible wooden surface is its deconstruction into pieces, which are then attached to a textile base. The wood is cut by hand or laser cut, and all tiles are stuck by hand to compose a textile-like surface. Wooden Textiles is an approach to responsible thinking concerning life cycles of products. The outcome is a material that is half wood-half textile.”
Oooo, look at those lovely folds! To view furniture, carpets and lamps made from this material, click here. They are so amazing!