"Weave" Screen

by Stefan Pavaluta Romania


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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 200x10x210
Material : Oak wood, Tucumã straw
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“Weave” Screen is an object that works with depth. I think the first visible aspect is that it tries not to belong to any genre or period – it can be regarded as a “now” object or maybe it was done 20 years ago. The materials were the same, the process was the same.

Going forward, the design is more of a decision-led process, rather than a subjective design. The bullrush screen size was decided with Florica through a weaving process. The wood components were tailored with Atelier Vast so that they could be bound naturally and also stand. Sustainability is also key in the design.

Every piece employs a person, so that the final object carries a certain energy to it. Last, but not least, the user experience is thought on different fields – first, smooth, tactile with the wood presence and continuing to a more rough/tactile surface as the bullrush screens.

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Weight 15 kg
Dimensions 90 × 40 × 220 cm
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About the designer

Vinklu started in 2017 as a collaborative practice, based in Bucharest. It pursues a narrative process through various creative fields: architecture, interior/exhibition design and object design. In time, the key aspect is to develop a personal praxis that revolves around idea, intention and intuition. The context is the starting point rather than allowing the programme to dictate the architecture. A keen interest is always showed in how materials contribute to the creation of particular atmospheres. The design process is structured by imagination, empathy, craft, thinking about how people can experience architecture. Durability is a key aspect of a project’s social value and a quality that\'s always pursued; it is important to choose the right material, detail them carefully and understand how they will weather. In the past years, the energy invested has kept the focus towards the rural and restored. The main direction is to keep developing the praxis in the countryside, whilst investing ideas in the other small scale projects. 

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