studio nama and frill furnishings current ‘intertwined’
Studio NAMA and frill furnishings’s collaboration, INTERTWINED, explores the natural relationship between wooden, textiles, and craft. Drawing inspiration from the Victorian Arts and Crafts motion, the sequence presents three purposeful objects: the biscotti daybed, the donut bench, and the teardrop shelf. With stable maple bases handcrafted to focus on the daring pure texture of wooden, and fabric textiles influenced by the ever-changing seasons, INTERTWINED showcases the design duo’s dedication to creating enduring items. The made to order merchandise are developed intentionally and in small batches in gradual manufacturing processes, transcending instantaneous tradition and industrial manufacturing to serve their house owners for generations.
frill furnishings and Studio NAMA collaborate for ‘INTERTWINED’ | all photographs by Roni Cnaani except said in any other case
exploring the natural relationship between wooden and textiles
Tel Aviv-based furnishings designer Gila Babich of frill furnishings, and textile designer Naama Ben Moshe of Studio NAMA’s collaboration premiered on the Contemporary Paint artwork and design truthful earlier this month. By means of INTERTWINED, the duo seeks to determine a connection between the objects and people who select to include them into their dwelling areas. The furnishings objects are composed of stable maple bases, handcrafted by Babich in addition to upholstery textiles from Ben Moshe’s new assortment, which attracts inspiration from the 4 seasons.
INTERTWINED was impressed by the core rules of the Arts and Crafts motion, which recognizing the decline within the high quality of mass-produced residence furnishings, sought to re-establish the connection between designer and manufacturing processes, selling sincere manufacturing, easy design, craftsmanship, and using high quality supplies. Studio NAMA and frill furnishings embody these beliefs, exploring their shared appreciation for mild and playful design, natural varieties, and pure supplies.
the biscotti daybed
exploring the natural relationship between wooden, textiles, and craftsmanship
the donut bench
textile design with a Lilly of the Valley sample impressed the seasons of the 12 months
handcrafted stable maple bases
the teardrop shelf | picture by Hadar Dolan
upholstered textile shelf base | picture by Hadar Dolan
Gila Babich of frill furnishings and Naama Ben Moshe of Studio NAMA
designer: Gila Babich (frill furnishings), Naama Ben Moshe (Studio NAMA)
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