|The concept of “mesh” is based on organic spaces which are interwoven in a light and minimalistic way to form perspectives, densification, and overlays. Added to one another, the translucent and osmotic modular structure divides open architectural spaces or creates subspaces without a complete opaque separation.
The textiles are woven and three-dimensionally shaped in a high-tec
|procedure to form lightweight,
buttressed combs that can be added endlessly to form walls, space shells, screens or tunnels. The three different types of relief structures on the combs allow to generate organic tree-like structures that were inspired by a macro zoom picture of a vegetable leaf. The variations in color of the fiber and changing of the weave direction creates perforated and densified surface textures.