00.     Info

           About


01.     Reflector

           Product Design


02.     Ratio

            Product Design


03.     A drop of a second

            Product Design


04.     Sweet Yellow

            Exhibition


05.     Trace

            Product Design


06.     Smell Bottle

            Product Design


07.     Gala

           Product Design


08.     Botanical Inks

            On going Research






2019

Optical Device


2019

Drinking Glasses


2019

Device


2021

Installation













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Prenzlauer Promenade 149/152
113189 Berlin, Germany
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Design Studio working across Agriculture and Art . Design Studio working across Agriculture and Art . Design Studio working across Agriculture and art . Design Studio working across Agriculture and art . Design Studio working across Agriculture and Art . Design Studio working across Agriculture and art .





 































00.  Info

Exhibitions  & About


01. Reflector

Product Design, 2018


02. Ratio  

Product Design, 2019


03. A drop of a second 

Product Design, 2019


04. Sweet Yellow

Exhibition, Installation, 2021


05. Trace

Product Design, 2018


06. Smell Bottle

Product Design, 2019


07. Gala

Exhibition, Installation, 2022


08. Botanical Inks

On going Research  2022














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Botanical Inks . 2022 . Rug and textile

Special Credit . Golestan Natural dyeing Film by Mehdi Moini



Botanical Inks is an ongoing research on how to extract sustainable colors from landscape and use it to create dyes for textiles. The project indicates the transformation of different plants into natural pigments and dyes. The multi coloration technique applies to the wool yarn by using one to three variations of plant pigments. This application technique leads to uneven and unpredictable colors and patterns.

The first episode of botanical inks indicates the transformation of Prangos and Woad into natural pigments and dyes. The multi-coloration technique using both plants results in complex repetitions and random yellow to dark green patterns.