Circular Wool for Kellerei St. Michael

Sustainable

A spatial concept for a wine tasting and meeting room revolving around a bespoke textile element which forms an adjustable "soft-edged" space.

Material

Fiber

Craft

Textiles

General Technique

Combining

Specific Technique

Weaving

Properties & Qualities

Application

Architecture Furnishing Clothing

Qualities

Textured / tactile Colourful

Colour

Red White

Sample Information

Date of Creation

April, 25 2018

Dimensions

Curtain ceiling to floor: 800cm long 280cm high

Culture & Context

New processes to use “rustic” wool, currently not considered of interest in the textile industry and handled as bio waste at a high economic and environmental cost, were established, thus creating a new innovative and sustainable material. A fully made-to-measure solution, from the supply chain of the fiber used, to the design, to the special built in invisible curtain track.

The brilliant hues of local wines and the tasting experience were the leading inspiration for the color scheme and jacquard weaving concept. The spatial effect consists of individual notes, which come together in a multifaceted sensory experience surprising the viewer again and again.

Credits

Craft Maker

Arianna Moroder

Photographer

Tiberio Servillo