Ike Chair Set, 2018
18″ x 20″ x 31″
Furniture: Churro wool, hemp, linen warp, cotton thread, iron rod chair frame

Set of 6 piece dining set commissioned by Ike Kligerman Barkley New York. The chair frames were produced in Marfa, Texas.


ALLOY BENCH no.3, 2016

15″h x 76″w x24″d
Furniture: Powder-coated aluminum pipes, steel, marine rope, custom-made uphostery piping

Designed, fabricated and hand woven on frame.


DIFFA Dining by Design, 2016
dining room installation, custom made benches, custom made lamps, set design and props.

A booth installation designed for 1stdibs at the Dining by Design event held by DIFFA. The space evokes the tranquility of the desert landscapes and adobe structures. The hand-woven benches and lamps bring the shades and textures from the dessert into the room.

a Peruvian detour

A Peruvian Detour, 2015
8′ dia
Textile installation: hand-woven, hand-spun llama wool, brass wire, rope

In collaboration with Peruvian weaving communities: Pitumarca, Accha Alta, Chinchero, Sallac and Chahuaytire.

A Peruvian Detour is a textile installation commissioned for the Llama Inn Restaurant in Brooklyn. The installation consists of 8’ dia wall hanging, 3 panels of partition walls and three pendant lamps. All materials used are produced during Dagdelen’s travels throughout the Cusco region of Peru and living amongst the Andes communities, learning their individual techniques of back-strap weaving, spinning and dyeing wool. The collaboration resulted in producing over 100 chumpi’s (peruvian belts) and braidings in each communities’ traditional motifs, colors and unique patterning that Dagdelen later interweaved into one tapestry.



Loominaire, 2015
Lighting fixtures: hand-spun llama wool, brass wire, iron rod

Using the warping technique of the traditional Peruvian back strap weaving, the set of three lighting fixtures are made for the LLama Inn Restaurant. Brooklyn, NY.


jwalk, 2014.
Street mural: traffic paint, ground glass

Jwalk is a study on changing the patterns of Taos Plaza crosswalks as part of the Paseo Arts Festival in New Mexico. Work is focused on a non repetitive, non hierarchic, inclusive and de-centered patterns created by a flexible formula where each shape is unique, independent and of equal importance.