During the London Design Festival at Dezeen Space, we met with designer Sivan Royz who showcased her Blooming Structures project, which is a series of laser-cut silk accessories inspired by the shapes that grow and develop in nature.
Each accessory has between 600 and 6,000 piece of silk that are strung together to create a textile structure and then laser-cut to the desired shape. Individual silk pieces are actually numbered from the top. You will note in the photos below that there are light and dark shades of silk – these are results of the laser cut line.
This is the Lilach Bracelet, US$1,200.
Here’s a purse dedicated to carrying an iPhone and a lipstick, US$3,000.
This piece is called Flower Bud, US$5,000.
This is the Meadow Neck Piece. US$2,000.
Here is a close-up so that you can see the laser cut detail.
Check out other projects from Sivan Royz at her website.
Photos provided by Sivan Royz and used with permission.