Argentinian artist and designer Cristián Mohaded, has created ‘Floating Towers’, a group of hanging woven sculptures.
After designing the sculpture, Cristián connected with a local artisan to create the pieces using a traditional basketry technique of northern Argentina called simbol, which is named after a plant fiber that grows in the Argentine province of Catamarca.
The end result is three sculptures that feature a variety of differently shaped pieces stacked upon one another.
Up close, different weaving techniques can be seen and appreciated.
Floating Towers was presented as a centerpiece in the “Encuentros” space, that was designed together with architects José L. Lorenzo, Josefina Roca, and Nené Herbera.
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