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paper butterflies in a glass jar: fun

paper butterflies in a glass jar: fun

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Philipp Süssman est une jeune designer / photographe allemand dont le travail est principalement axé sur la transformation et la modularité.  Je vous présente son dernier projet baptisé « Abri-Boca », un espace de détente modulable qui permet en mode « fermé » de se recueillir dans un endroit calme et protégé comme dans un cocon.

Philipp Süssman est une jeune designer / photographe allemand dont le travail est principalement axé sur la transformation et la modularité. Je vous présente son dernier projet baptisé « Abri-Boca », un espace de détente modulable qui permet en mode « fermé » de se recueillir dans un endroit calme et protégé comme dans un cocon.

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Living in a small mountain village just outside of Tokyo, I grow a crop of indigo every year and process the leaves into dye using traditional methods. I also breed silk moths, raise the silkworms and then reel/spin the silk from the cocoons. The silk is then dyed with natural dyes and finally woven on traditional Japanese looms.       I run several ten-day live-in workshops a year at the old farmhouse here in Japan focusing on the Japanese use of indigo.   Contact me for information.

Living in a small mountain village just outside of Tokyo, I grow a crop of indigo every year and process the leaves into dye using traditional methods. I also breed silk moths, raise the silkworms and then reel/spin the silk from the cocoons. The silk is then dyed with natural dyes and finally woven on traditional Japanese looms. I run several ten-day live-in workshops a year at the old farmhouse here in Japan focusing on the Japanese use of indigo. Contact me for information.

11 hôtels design et douillets pour passer un week-end à Paris | Glamour

11 hôtels design et douillets pour passer un week-end à Paris | Glamour

Living in a small mountain village just outside of Tokyo, I grow a crop of indigo every year and process the leaves into dye using traditional methods. I also breed silk moths, raise the silkworms and then reel/spin the silk from the cocoons. The silk is then dyed with natural dyes and finally woven on traditional Japanese looms.       I run several ten-day live-in workshops a year at the old farmhouse here in Japan focusing on the Japanese use of indigo.   Contact me for information.

Living in a small mountain village just outside of Tokyo, I grow a crop of indigo every year and process the leaves into dye using traditional methods. I also breed silk moths, raise the silkworms and then reel/spin the silk from the cocoons. The silk is then dyed with natural dyes and finally woven on traditional Japanese looms. I run several ten-day live-in workshops a year at the old farmhouse here in Japan focusing on the Japanese use of indigo. Contact me for information.

Living in a small mountain village just outside of Tokyo, I grow a crop of indigo every year and process the leaves into dye using traditional methods. I also breed silk moths, raise the silkworms and then reel/spin the silk from the cocoons. The silk is then dyed with natural dyes and finally woven on traditional Japanese looms.       I run several ten-day live-in workshops a year at the old farmhouse here in Japan focusing on the Japanese use of indigo.   Contact me for information.

Living in a small mountain village just outside of Tokyo, I grow a crop of indigo every year and process the leaves into dye using traditional methods. I also breed silk moths, raise the silkworms and then reel/spin the silk from the cocoons. The silk is then dyed with natural dyes and finally woven on traditional Japanese looms. I run several ten-day live-in workshops a year at the old farmhouse here in Japan focusing on the Japanese use of indigo. Contact me for information.

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Living in a small mountain village just outside of Tokyo, I grow a crop of indigo every year and process the leaves into dye using traditional methods. I also breed silk moths, raise the silkworms and then reel/spin the silk from the cocoons. The silk is then dyed with natural dyes and finally woven on traditional Japanese looms.       I run several ten-day live-in workshops a year at the old farmhouse here in Japan focusing on the Japanese use of indigo.   Contact me for information.

Living in a small mountain village just outside of Tokyo, I grow a crop of indigo every year and process the leaves into dye using traditional methods. I also breed silk moths, raise the silkworms and then reel/spin the silk from the cocoons. The silk is then dyed with natural dyes and finally woven on traditional Japanese looms. I run several ten-day live-in workshops a year at the old farmhouse here in Japan focusing on the Japanese use of indigo. Contact me for information.

Living in a small mountain village just outside of Tokyo, I grow a crop of indigo every year and process the leaves into dye using traditional methods. I also breed silk moths, raise the silkworms and then reel/spin the silk from the cocoons. The silk is then dyed with natural dyes and finally woven on traditional Japanese looms.       I run several ten-day live-in workshops a year at the old farmhouse here in Japan focusing on the Japanese use of indigo.   Contact me for information.

Living in a small mountain village just outside of Tokyo, I grow a crop of indigo every year and process the leaves into dye using traditional methods. I also breed silk moths, raise the silkworms and then reel/spin the silk from the cocoons. The silk is then dyed with natural dyes and finally woven on traditional Japanese looms. I run several ten-day live-in workshops a year at the old farmhouse here in Japan focusing on the Japanese use of indigo. Contact me for information.

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