Martina Lasinger started sketching and then literally weaving with wood, making tiny sticks of beech wood flow like yarn on a loom. Numerous flowing lines create a bigger geometric pattern within a square, which is completely self-supporting. There’s not a screw or drop of glue to be found in the transparent structure, which is stable enough to function as a private wardrobe or public display. Wood Weavings play with light and perception; as you walk by the cabinet almost seems to vibrate through an intriguing moiré effect.
Photo by Femke Rijerman