105 ltr Forms

The idea of creating objects out of fabric covers, shows, what is possible if you combine handcrafts with new technology. The base of this work has always been the experimental approach. The subject of the project was to create something new, using the power of the element fire as a designer – with all its destroying but also creative strength. The experiments aimed at applying fireproof textiles to other areas of use. The work does not only show the development of new production technologies but also points out another important aspect for successful innovation processes: allowing blurs. A further essential characteristic of this work is coincidence. When manufacturing objects made of textiles, you need to face constant changes. Every object is a unique copy. Even if the pieces are sewed accurately, they will turn out differently, due to temperature and size. You can can only influence deformation to a certain degree, as the process implies variance.

the fireproof mould 

the fireproof mould

Glass making into fabric mould

Glass making into fabric mould

closing mould

closing mould

coloured glass

coloured glass

coloured glass

coloured glass

coloured glass

coloured glass

coloured glass

coloured glass

coloured glass

coloured glass

coloured glass

coloured glass

coloured glass

coloured glass

coloured glass

coloured glass

coloured glass

coloured glass

sewing pattern

sewing pattern

the main working tool

the main working tool

the glass maker peter kuchinke, preparing the glass

the glass maker peter kuchinke, preparing the glass

raw uncut glass

raw uncut glass

raw uncut glass

raw uncut glass

exhibition platform for the collection

exhibition platform for the collection

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