Category Archives: Process
So far we have focused on showing the Drawstring Lamp with nice photos taken by Hendrik Zeitler, plus our own sketch photos. But the collection consists of quite a lot of colourful textiles, it’s a shame not to show them
We have been working at Göteborg’s Remfabrik during the fall, creating textile cables from scratch. It’s been both challenging and fun, and we’re really proud of the result! Here are some pictures of our very own pattern:
The table version of Drawstring Lamp in progress! We’re curently working on the stand made of wood and bicycle spokes… Drawstring Lamp is made from a semi transparent textile by Svensson Markspelle. Originally used as a curtain for solar
Drawstring Lamp is made from a semi transparent textile by Svensson Markspelle. Originally used as a curtain for solar control, the beautiful glow given by the light filtering through the layers of fabric makes it excellent lamp shade material.
We are developing a design for a textile cord to go with the lampshade of Drawstring Lamp at an old factory in the centre of Göteborg. Göteborgs Remfabrik is a “living working museum” and probably the best preserved mill from
We work with a textile waste material from Svensson Markspelle in the Drawstring Lamp. It is a very characteristic textile, made for letting in and out the desired amount of light and with a strong structure that we have made use