Industrial designers Nipa Doshi and Jonathan Levien of Doshi Levien develop some pretty amazing furniture. I especially love the ‘Paper Planes’ collection for Moroso. The London based design office, established in 2000 celebrates the hybrid and explores the coming together of cultures, technology, story telling, industrial design and fine craftsmanship. Working across disciplines and industries, they make their own rules that are based on extracting as much richness as possible out of an idea. Doshi Levien work for a broad range of clients including Moroso, Cappellini, Intel, Authentics, Camper and BD Barcelona.
Paper planes for Moroso
We developed a Jacquard version of the check using the layering in the weave process to enhance the shadow illusion of the graph lines. The Moroso logo is subtly revealed in the silver weave and the numbers from 0 to 70 relate to the loom repeat size. The Jacquard version is without crystals.