StatementThe double weave refers to the most original property of the fabric as a space-forming principle.
This technique allows to visualize the basic elements of weaving: line, intersection and surface and to give the fabric an architectural dimension.
In the superimposition of two layers of fabric and the partial interchange of these layers, the double weave reveals spatiality.
The new series of floor rugs "- layers -" reflects the weaving process of superimposing layers of fabric.
Threads draw lines into the fabric, lines arrange themselves into surfaces, surfaces slide over each other and create spatial depth.
Layers of fabric layer and interpenetrate each other, constructing space.
The floor carpet interacts with three-dimensionality.