Architextile by Studio Aleksandra Gaca

July 4th, 2011 by retail design blog

‘Architextile’ is the next step of Aleksandra in her search for three-dimensional weave structures. In this newest collection she experiments with contracts. Opposing materials such as wool and metal, mat and glossy are combined to emphasize the dynamic of contrasts such as high-tech with natural, technical with handicraft. Initially developed for acoustic panels and wall coverings Architextiles intrigue and surprise inviting to touch and feel. The four patterns that constitute the collection: TERO (earth), ŠELO (bark), FLORO (flower) and ONDO (wave) have been inspired by the powers of nature that result in a diversity of surprising structures.

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