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Textile Furniture by Meike Harde at Tent London

September 11, 2013

COVER loves the work of German designer Meike Harde, who will be showing work at Tent London on 19-22 September as part of the London Design Festival

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London textile furniture, Meike Harde

COVER loves the work of German designer Meike Harde, who will be showing work at Tent London on 19-22 September as part of the London Design Festival. Harde’s textile furniture features the London collection, which consists of a wardrobe, a cabinet as well as a bag-like storage object, each made of a metal frame swathed in fabric, making the furniture lightweight and mobile.

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Zieharsofika corded upholstery, Mieke Harde

Harde’s Zieharsofika corded upholstery collection rethinks cushioning techniques and with rubber foam mats and elastic bands new forms are created for seating.

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Zieharsofika corded upholstery, Mieke Harde

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Harde’s Lichtschlucker light shades are made from disposable cups.

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Carpet diem, Mieke Harde

 

 

The Carpet Diem pouffes is made form the thin carpeting used a trade fairs, making them robust but also soft and malleable.

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