Desert Weave, 2013
17″ x 18″ x 31″
Furniture: Churro wool, cotton thread, iron rod frame
Desert weave is a set of 4 dining chairs produced after spending 2 months with Navajo tribe weavers in Taos, New Mexico. Originally designed in 1920 by Belotti Giandomenico, these chairs were produced in Italy for Alias in the late 70’s. The frames are auctioned in California, refinished and hand woven on the frame in Joshua Tree, CA.
The set was recently on view in Design Miami 2016 and Fog Art Fair in San Francisco.