Turborama

by Emma Cogné Belgium

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It is designed to cover a surface with a height ranging from 2.50 to 3 meters.
Dimension LxWxH (cm): 250x275x
Unique Pieces Material : ICTA Sheath, polypropylene rope
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“Turborama” is a partition that is deployed like a curtain, functional outside as well as inside, as a spatial separator, filter or shadow screen. It is made from an inexpensive and recyclable material, an ICTA Sheath which is durable. The tube, a construction component usually hidden inside walls, is here much more visible. It is created by hand-knotting allowing for variations in rhythms, colors and density, and allowing for placements in many different combinations and dimensions.

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About the designer


Emma Cogné is a French designer who lives and works between France and Belgium, where she graduated from the textile design department of La Cambre in Brussels. Her body of work finds its process in the revaluation and transformation of used materials to highlight their intrinsic value. The textile medium is for her a means to widen the sensorial qualities that are specific to spatiality while engaging the personal experience of users. By showing the bare structures and layers of our houses, she reveals the unique aspects of matter and color as an attempt to reconnect humans to their built environment. Objects and textiles that she makes articulate transitions between the inside and the outside, opening new perspectives and aesthetic materializations of space. Guided by the desire of making, her recent projects are collaborations that focus on the urban and contextual challenges found on the sites where the works unfold. This practice of the field allows her to enable a dialogue between craftsmanship, art, and architecture and is what drives her everyday research.

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New Solid is a vision to feel and live with art. It is the first show of Casa Nueva, a livable gallery space and apartment hotel initiated by designers River Valadez and Sebastián Arroyo Hoebens, built on the idea that art can be inhabited. We invite visitors to participate in the dialogue among transdisciplinary works from the contemporary art and design scene. It concerns functional art designed and conceived by artists from two magnificent cities, Mexico City and New York, in a correlation founded in geometry, technology, and crafts. The artworks, bliss for the contemplative eye and a joy to use, will invite the beholder to examine the floating and multidimensional character of concepts such as mass, volume, or weight. The location, equipped as a functional living space, can be found in the historical center of Mexico City. The event will be part of the Design Week Mexico festivities in partnership with Adorno, acting as the international design and logistics platform, as well as Ángulo Cero, an Art Gallery with astonishing designs located in Mexico City, and with the support of Yunuen Sariego, promoter and curator of contemporary art based in Mexico City.