Textiles X Furniture

Oak Veneer, Industrial Merino Wool felt

The Chattai screen is a woven “fabric” divider composed of individual wooden slats and felt pieces. The screen maintains a flat yet flexible quality, allowing it to sculpt through a variety of spaces, while the dyed flaps create dynamic movement. The arrangement of the felt also allows for varying levels of opacity, enabling the user to create spaces of privacy as desired. 

 

__Chattai Screen was exhibited at Salone del Mobile Milan as well as International Contemporary Furniture Fair New York in 2017. 

 

__In collaboration with Urvi Sharma (RISD BFA Furniture Design 2017)

 

( Press )

-Print

Blouin Art+Auction, April 2017

Interior Design, April 2017

Metropolis, May 2017

Miami Herald, Jan 2018

 

-Online:

http://www.risd.edu/milan2017icff/

https://www.artsthread.com/blog/milan-17-patterns-making-rhode-island-school-design/

http://www.interiordesign.net/articles/13173-risd-students-rethink-soft-materials-in-furniture/

http://www.core77.com/posts/65984/Where-to-Find-the-Best-Student-Work-at-NYCxDesign

http://www.core77.com/gallery/66475/Our-Favorite-Student-Work-from-NYCxDesign?utm_source=home_page_feature_slider

http://blog.dwr.com/2017/05/30/icff-2017-a-for-student-work/

( Process )

First Iteration 

Assembled and folded 

Acid Dyeing the felt pieces 

Bent Laminating the wooden slats

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