Josef Albers (1888-1976) was an influential teacher, writer, painter, and color theorist—now best known for the Homages to the Square he painted between 1950 and 1976 and for his innovative 1963 publication The Interaction of Color.
370 x 550 x 750 mm
Most home sewing furniture when closed, appear as a heavy and anonymous volume. Only when open do they show the sewing machine and the multiple drawers and boxes. The Sewingworkshop on the contrary is a mini sewing furniture who dares showing its nature. Even better, it draws on its functionality for its design. Avoiding any sophistication not suited for the needs of occasional dressmakers, the sewingworkshop concentrates a pool of technical and creative activities in a compact furniture. The structure in beech plywood, is enlivened by the colorful spools fixed on one side of the machine. On the top, a metallic ruler is fixed in front of the machine. When in use, the unit on wheels can be moved to reach all the sewing material guarded in two boxes, one placed into the other. And to do small works in the comfort of an armchair, one simply takes the removable box from the top.
SEWINGWORKSHOP 02 – 2006
540 x 350 x 785 mm