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Blooming Structures by Sivan Royz

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.

Blooming Structures Silk by Sivan Royz

Here’s a purse dedicated to carrying an iPhone and a lipstick, US$3,000.

Blooming Structures Silk by Sivan Royz

This piece is called Flower Bud, US$5,000.

Blooming Structures Silk by Sivan Royz

This is the Meadow Neck Piece. US$2,000.

Blooming Structures Silk by Sivan Royz

Here is a close-up so that you can see the laser cut detail.

Blooming Structures Silk by Sivan Royz

Check out other projects from Sivan Royz at her website.

Photos provided by Sivan Royz and used with permission.

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