Designed as a part of my degree in furniture design, Sinuous explores textile techniques through the convergence of hard and soft materials. The steel frame is composed of multiple compound bends function as the "warp" for upholstered pool noodles to be woven through as the "weft". Its noodle arms are left loos at the end to create a balance between planned structure and unexpected chaos, emulating the controlled chaos that is often found in natural forms. 

This piece showed at ICFF in New York City as part of "The Narrative of Making", and was featured in Dwell, Design Milk, and Core77

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