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2.0 Mode Basketry

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2.0 Mode Basketry

Iris Delvalle Marine Hunot

The designers Marine Hunot and Iris Delvalle have imagined, with the complicity of the National School of Osiériculture and Basketry of Fayl-Billot, creations that combine wicker and modernity.

It is as part of a residence Encounter Design and Osier, at the beginning of 2015, at the National School of Osiériculture and Basketry of Fayl-Billot, village of Haute-Marne, that Marine Hunot and Iris Delvalle, young graduated designers of the excellent School of Art and Design (Esad) of Reims, have discovered all the possibilities of wicker.

Isis Delvalle and Marine Hunot

Marine Hunot, Iris Delvalle

A material that made Marine dream: "You can work different scales of objects to the architecture, with for example the Spanish flag dressed in wicker for the Shanghai World Expo". Just like Iris: "It is a natural material, used for many centuries for its qualities of lightness and manageability".

Island carpet with hypnotic elegance

Marine Hunot, Isis Delvalle

The island rug, hypnotic elegance

Marine Hunot, Iris Delvalle

The first imagined a carpet Small island, in felt and rattan, which uses a "flatbed" braiding technique related to furniture. Braiding as a link, a point of contact between two materials. It is also the element that draws, rhythm the object toward its center.

Nautilus luminaire with imperfect finishes, testimony of the know-how of the weavers

Marine Hunot, Isis Delvalle

Through the mixture of materials, we discover an island in a felted down, as a sample of landscape between land and sea. Nautilus gives a graphic and organic atmosphere, accentuated by the wicker strands that escape freely, a nod to the process of braiding!

Prism wall light

Marine Hunot, Isis Delvalle

As for the second, she imagined Prism, a wall lamp to direct the light: by dense weaving close to weaving, it diffuses the light in a halo of different intensities. Bright ideas!

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