Loom UnBound: de-constructed at Northmodern

Rive Roshan Northmodern

Rive Roshan was invited by Northmodern to design an installation as a focal point in the Architonic area of the fair using Kvadrat textiles. The installation is a deconstructed 8 metres high suspended composition of textile and wood highlighting the use of fabric as a constructive material.

At floor level a series of Loom Bound room partition screens interweave with Kvadrat Air backdrops that create virtual walls.

Mirroring the central installation the Rive Roshan booth presents an exhibition with new work at the front and an archive with peaks 'behind the scenes' in the rear section of the show. 

A few new typologies of the Loom Bound family will be launched at Northmodern: a desk for occasional use and shelves that can be easily inserted into any Loom Bound screen turning it into a storage system. 

As part of the Loom Bound collection a high and low stool are introduced, designed to fit cushions designed by Studio 180°. The cushions are 100% organic and handmade in their studio in London.

Another piece to be launched during Northmodern and a centrepiece on the backwall is Circadian, a modular tapestry inspired by the influence of cycles in nature and human life. 

The studio will also be presented new lights, ceramics and glass pieces at the fair as well.