Inspired by nature, a chair built using hemp and wire

Inspired by nature, a chair built using fiber of hemp and wire

As far as the design ‘Venation’ is concerned, the main focus is on the philosophy of ‘sustaining.’ The veins in which energy is free to flow can become complex, they can sustain themselves and others too. The artwork’s theme is that a storm reinforces nature and all human beings are connected to nature through roots. It doesn’t matter how strong and destructive the storm may be, the tree will always survive as human beings do. Beyond all difficulties and problems, our roots will become always stronger. Nature and human beings live together and they have been connected since forever.

The project, created using fiber of hemp and wire, shows designer Kuwayama’s experience in art installation and design object creation.

Designer: Mayumi Kuwayama

The design has got originally published in the Special Milan Issue of Surfaces Reporter Magazine. It is part of the 100 Designs from across the world captured at Milan Design Week 2019. 

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