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June 4, 2013 AT 3:37 pm

Wood Mesh – Laser Cut Wooden Textiles

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Applying small, precisely cut pieces of wood veneer to felt fabric, Milan-based industrial designer Diego Vencato creates a kind of “wood mesh” that has almost the fluidity of fabric. Fabric patterns run from giraffe spots, to trapezoids to repeating triangles. via dezeen.

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