One Yarn of Plastic - project

“One Yarn of Plastic” unites technique with tactility¬†by translating conventional methods, such as stitching, weaving and knitting, to contemporary 3D printing technology. The studio has developed a 3D printable equivalent of textile allowing them to print fabric in different patterns and colors. The open mesh arrangements create interesting dialogues between the objects and their underlying surfaces. The experimentation has led towards a series of different material qualities like flexiblity, stength, shape, opacity and colour densities.

Product:

One Yarn of Plastic

Dimensions:

Maximum size of 200 x 200 cm

Material:

Flexible polyvinyl chloride

Photographer:
Ronald Smits
Year:
2016

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