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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.

Abri-Boca par Philipp Süssmann

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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The History of Silk. According to Confucius, it was in 2640 B.C. that the Chinese princess Xi Ling Shi was the first to reel a cocoon of silk which, legend also has it, had dro

The History of Silk

The History of Silk. According to Confucius, it was in 2640 B.C. that the Chinese princess Xi Ling Shi was the first to reel a cocoon of silk which, legend also has it, had dro

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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