Specifically designed for LIBAF (Lombok International Bamboo Architectural Festival), Indonesia.
Received the second prize.
This spatial installation translates the movement of water into a wave passage.
Material: bamboo slats, re-used bicycle tubes from Amsterdam and Lombok.
Design: Elena Goray
Photos: Christoph Toenges, Marine Lacroix, Wiralee Adiputra, Nashir Setiawan, Elena Goray
The land art project Bamboo Mushrooms was deigned to be part of the overall project Secret Garden. Versatile bamboo poles were partly split and opened in a way to create a form like trumpet mushrooms.
Landart-Project ‘Bamboo-Mushrooms’ at Taste Festival Berlin 01-10 June 2012
The project Pile Isle Reloaded went a step further. 10 different types of bamboo from Colombia, China and Indonesia were combined. The result is a fine and vivid pattern due to the various colors and diameters of the bamboos.
The design of this table alludes to a warm and intimate aspect of the social eating culture in China that still resist the quickening pace of technological change. A miniature fire source that could be placed in a middle of the table awakens the time-honored tradition of gathering around the source of light and warmth that attracts and, as it were, enchants the party around it. The base of the table consists of a pile of bamboo poles in a variety of different sizes and colors held together by metal belts, which eliminate the need for any screw or glue. The horizontal cut of the bamboo base that becomes visible under the table glass, reveals naturally beautiful and visually appealing organic pattern.
Design: Elena Goray & Christoph Tönges
The bamboo bench “Pile Isle” by Elena Goray and Christoph Tönges is a beautiful spot for relaxation. A bundle of brown bamboo poles is strapped together in smart and simple way. Just 4 belts of stainless steel are keeping the shape – no screw and no glue is necessary!
In cooperation with www.BAMBUS-CONBAM.de
Goray is fascinated in her product designs by the allusion
of the surface structures to the surface of organic skin.
The sculptural elements in her works are rendered unexpectedly affective.
SOFttILES (2009) are porcelain tiles inspired by the pattern of Chesterfield Chair.
The porcelain replica of strained leather appears soft and uncanny,
exuding such a warmth that onlookers feel the irresistible urge to touch it.
Registered Community Design No.: 001715103-0001
Private space in public
The design was motivated by the sensation and enjoyment of life.
The main body of the chair is made from fiberglass and has a thin, floating shape. In addition to it, a flexible “collar” might be added for privacy.
The prototype was handmade with GRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic) on a casting mould. It can also be made economic and ecologic by injection molding of WPC (wood plastic composite). The collar is made of sailcloth and is fixed with rope.
size: L 200 x W 90 x H 120 cm
material: Fiberglass (chair) Sailcloth (collar)
In cooperation with: www.npsp.nl
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