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Interweaving landscapes

Runeson, Linn LU (2017) AAHM01 20171
Department of Architecture and the Built Environment
Abstract
Placing focus on the culture of textiles, this project intends to develop a deeper understanding of the relationship between textiles and landscape through the use of textiles as a poetic/ artistic tool in a design process. Specifically placing focus on Sweden as a site of exploration, it works from a regional to microscopic scale, examining techniques of textile production - weaving, non-weaving, braiding, and knitting - the project strives to reveal textiles and landscape as an underplayed common thread to contemporary life.

Proposing the train as a mobile foundation, the project finds itself in motion, exploring both interior and exterior conditions found between Gothenburg and Borås (Sweden’s Fashion Hub). It is told through a... (More)
Placing focus on the culture of textiles, this project intends to develop a deeper understanding of the relationship between textiles and landscape through the use of textiles as a poetic/ artistic tool in a design process. Specifically placing focus on Sweden as a site of exploration, it works from a regional to microscopic scale, examining techniques of textile production - weaving, non-weaving, braiding, and knitting - the project strives to reveal textiles and landscape as an underplayed common thread to contemporary life.

Proposing the train as a mobile foundation, the project finds itself in motion, exploring both interior and exterior conditions found between Gothenburg and Borås (Sweden’s Fashion Hub). It is told through a narrative, design and exhibition. The project attempts to redeem our relationship with tactile environments through exposing and expanding upon the relationship of textiles and landscape. (Less)
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author
Runeson, Linn LU
supervisor
organization
course
AAHM01 20171
year
type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
architecture, landscapearchitecture, urbanism, art, textile
report number
4
language
English
id
8925592
date added to LUP
2017-12-11 14:55:41
date last changed
2017-12-11 14:55:41
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  abstract     = {Placing focus on the culture of textiles, this project intends to develop a deeper understanding of the relationship between textiles and landscape through the use of textiles as a poetic/ artistic tool in a design process. Specifically placing focus on Sweden as a site of exploration, it works from a regional to microscopic scale, examining techniques of textile production - weaving, non-weaving, braiding, and knitting - the project strives to reveal textiles and landscape as an underplayed common thread to contemporary life.

Proposing the train as a mobile foundation, the project finds itself in motion, exploring both interior and exterior conditions found between Gothenburg and Borås (Sweden’s Fashion Hub). It is told through a narrative, design and exhibition. The project attempts to redeem our relationship with tactile environments through exposing and expanding upon the relationship of textiles and landscape.},
  author       = {Runeson, Linn},
  keyword      = {architecture,landscapearchitecture,urbanism,art,textile},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Interweaving landscapes},
  year         = {2017},
}