SEAt

SEAt, Karlijn Sibbel, sea stool, salt chair, salt, sea, dutch design, dutch blue, beach chair, NaCl, textile hardener

material: sea salt and cotton wires

SEAt   │  2016

How could we use the capability of sea salt to form strong structures?

To test the potential applications and strength of salt crystal formation on cotton wireframes, I designed and knitted a stool foundation for salt crystals to secure themselves on. 

In this project I explored a different way to create objects. Instead of traditional manufacturing techniques, I aim to use natural resources to control and fabricate objects.

Learn more about this technique used to create SEAt here: Industry by Nature – textile hardener

 

 

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SEAt, dune, salt stool, salt chair, sea stool, sea salt, Karlijn Sibbel, Dutch Dunes

 

 

 

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the process of forming salt crystals in the shape of a stool

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