The Picnic Stand by Raw Edges for Kvadrat

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London-based design duo Raw Edges arranged hundreds of fabric ribbons around the edge of their display stand for Danish textile manufacturer Kvadrat at this year’s Stockholm Design Week.

Raw Edges used a selection of 20 Kvadrat textiles to make the 1500 ribbons that surround the display stand, which they called The Picnic, at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair.

The wooden structure, which was made with Douglas fir from Danish flooring company Dinesen, used angled panels to display fabric swatches.

The stand was intended to evoke “a wooden cabin, soft roof tiles, fish skin and a picnic under a weeping willow,” according to the designers.

Raw Edges was founded by Israeli designers Yael Mer and Shay Alkalay after they graduated from London’s Royal College of Art in 2006.

Read more: Raw Edges

Read more: Kvadrat

Story from: Dezeen

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