Wooden Carpet by Elisa Stroyzk

German design student Elisa Stroyzk has created a rug made of wood-veneer offcuts. The geometric pieces are laser-cut or cut by hand then bonded to a textile backing. Geometric wooden pieces compose a flexible surface which can perform in different three-dimensional shapes. The material ranges between hard and soft, parquet and carpet, blurring relationships between furniture and textiles. Stroyzk is currently studying at Central Saint Martins college of art and design in London. De Zeen article about Elisa Stroyzk


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