Roadplate rug       2015


The everyday object of a road plate, an object more commonly found on a construction site, inspired the form and functionality of this rug. Mienderstma used waste wool and PLA to make the rug, which was needle felted and pressed to give it shape. The object can be dragged around the floor to where it is needed (much like the original road plates are) or hung on the wall when not in use.

COMMISSIONED BY: Label/Breed

SPECIAL CREDITS : ENKEV, Havivank, photography of details by Studio Aandacht







SALES 

Acoustic Poster, Gelderlander, Saddle Branket,
Bulb Bullée, Urchin pouf, Flax project, Aran rug,
Texel ottoman , Bottom Ash Observatory,
Pigeon Service: thomaseyck.com


COLOPHON

Photography: Mathijs Labadie, Roel van Tour
Text edit: Laura Houseley
Graphic design: Kumi Hiroi
Coding: Henrik van Leeuwen

CONTACT

info@christienmeindertsma.com

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