The Herringbone Trees are an exemplary illustration of how fabric, ceramic and wood each react differently to the immersion process. The edges of the colour fields are blurrier and softer on the wooden objects, lending them an expression of cosy warmth enhanced by the natural shade of the untreated areas. Each Herringbone Tree is manually dipped into the dyes, making it a uniquely crafted artefact.
The Herringbone Trees are exclusively available in a limited-edition set of three.
Created by Raw-Edges, the Herringbone Collection emerged from the studio's interest in the technique of immersion dyeing. The transformations of different materials and shapes when parts of them are dipped in a dye bath exert an almost magical fascination on the design duo Shay Alkalay and Yael Mer.
In 2018, Raw-Edges conceived the furnishings and layout for an entire floor of the VitraHaus on the Vitra Campus. For this project, they developed a series of pillows and small, tree-like wooden…
Upon earning their degrees from the Royal College of Art in 2007, Israeli designers Shay Alkalay and Yael Mer founded the design studio Raw-Edges in London. The creative duo adopts a characteristically playful approach to its products and installations.