Elisa Strozyk

The beautiful, unreal work of Elisa Strozyk. I am enamored with Elisa’s work. She has created an unlikely kinship with textiles and wood. She literally has woven in a relationship with these two materials that is both mystifying and beautiful.

The lights and cabinets of the “accordion collection” are the result of a collaboration between designer Elisa Strozyk and artist Sebastian Neeb.

The “Accordion Cabinet” is the result of a collaboration between designer Elisa Strozyk and artist Sebastian Neeb. The cabinet consists of a shelf on long legs which is surrounded by a flexible skin. This is made of a combination of veneer wood and textile which can be opened and closed by folding similarly to an accordion. Using this wooden textile allows a free and sculptural form. The “Accordion Cabinet” changes it’s appearance and volume depending on being opened or closed. Combining slim legs with a voluminous body the two designers created a piece of furniture with it’s very own character, something you can emotionally relate to. With this they aim for a longer lasting relationship between object and user.

To view more of her work: www.elisastrozyk.de.

**All images and italicized text is from Elisa Strozyk’s website.

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