Beauty Re-envisioned – Repurposed Kuba Cloth

Friday, June 06, 2014

Kuba cloth are traditional woven textiles made by the people of the Kuba Kingdom in Central Africa. However, sometimes reaching over twenty feet in length these textiles are hard to present. We approached this challenge by re-purposing them into upholstery for contemporary furniture and unique geometric wall hangings that maintain, even enhance, their original beauty...

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“Cultural objects tell stories; and in each story a simple message is found—all cultures are the same, we just express ourselves differentlyGLEN JOFFE, OWNER