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Cotton Bowls by Krupka Stieghan

«The elegantly shaped objects are extremely lightweight and very stable, due to the crossed layers of cotton yarn. Using an acrylic based finishing the bowls are limited resistant to humidity.»

Each object is one of a kind and handmade in Berlin.

This way three-dimensional objects are created which not only reuse and upcycle waste materials (from industrial cotton waste) but also inspire with their material aesthetics, moving between textile, paper, and wood.

The elegantly shaped objects are extremely lightweight and very stable, due to the crossed layers of cotton yarn. Using an acrylic based finishing the bowls are limited resistant to humidity.

Industrial cotton yarn remnants were used in a hand-laminating process in combination with a textile hardener to make the cotton bowls.

Krupka-Stieghan / Images © Krupka-Stieghan Studio

Trends: Sustainable and Shared.

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