KRABBESHOLM HØJSKOLE
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KRABBESHOLM ALLÉ 15
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30 pics

Textile Workshop

Furniture textile rarely stands alone but are usually seen in context with other elements. The construction is therefore an important part of the expression of a textile product and may be exactly what expresses the particular quailty of the textile. Textile is a 2-dimensional material, but when combined with other materials, a spacious and tactile object is created.

Furnituredesigner Simon Legald and his intern Hans Horneman showed up with 25 m textile from manufacturer Gabriel, for the students to experiment with. The results were a variety of fine examples of how to incorporate textile in furniture.
Later presented at the "spotted by normann copenhagen"- blog: http://spottedbynormanncopenhagen.com/2013/05/14/textile-design-workshop/