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Relying on the know-how of their ancestors, young experimental designer set out to find materials from the Anthropocene era – when human activity started on earth – to create new shapes, new materials and new patterns …

By Ellie Michel Published on 15 May 2017 Share

Relying on the know-how of their ancestors, young experimental designer set out to find materials from the Anthropocene era – when human activity started on earth – to create new shapes, new materials and new patterns. Rena Detrixhe lives and work in Oklahoma where she uses the ground from her region to create fleeting carpets..

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