Blooming Structures by Sivan Royz Blooming Structures by Sivan Royz
Blooming Structures by Sivan Royz Blooming Structures by Sivan Royz
Blooming Structures by Sivan Royz Blooming Structures by Sivan Royz
Blooming Structures by Sivan Royz Blooming Structures by Sivan Royz

Silk cut: Royz brings design out of its shell

20 : 09 : 2011 Plants : Natural Structure : Shells

London – As part of the Dezeen Platform showcase for London Design Festival, Israeli textile designer Sivan Royz presented a collection of laser-cut silk purses and jewellery.

The organic forms are made from up to 6,000 silk segments, joined together with string. Each piece contains a central cavity, which has been specially cut to hold items such as phones and lipstick. Through the process of laser-cutting, the edges of the silk have a brown, scorched finish, which adds to the natural, organic quality of the pieces.

‘I was inspired by the structure of plants, flowers and shells,’ the designer tells LS:N Global. ‘I wanted to find a new way of creating organic forms.’

LS:N Global explored the current fascination with plant life and nature in our recent Botanica Macro Inspire. Look out for further coverage of London Design Festival throughout the week.

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