Aleksandra Gaca Introduces Us to the 3D Woven textile panels, Ondo, with Her Project of Milan Office
Are you an architect, interior designer, or just an enthusiast and you want to know more about the innovative woven textile panels Ondo, then you definitely should read this article about Aleksandra Gaca‘s project of an office in Milan.
The winner of the Dutch design award and many other international prizes Aleksandra Gaca is an expert and an innovator of woven textiles. Her fascination with textiles and art started when she was a kid in her native city, Lodz, the capital of textiles.
The passion grew with her until she became a well-known and respected textile designer with different collections of creative and unique fabrics. Next to her aesthetic pleasing designs she also provides high functional performance in acoustic and insulation.
In Holland, I discovered my passion for designing fabrics, gained knowledge and experience, but if it wasn’t for the first – Polish – stage of my life, I wouldn’t be doing what I’m doing now, because my fabrics come about not only thanks to knowledge and experience but also that which I brought with me from my native country.
For her new Office project in Milan, the designer Aleksandra Gaca decided to install her new 3D woven textile panels, Ondo. Ondo was not only used to create an amazingly comfortable and beautiful interior, but it’s also used to alter its acoustics. Providing the people in that office with such sophisticated and useful sound softens was a worthy investment to create a visual, tactile, and even acoustic experience.
Next to that, the architecturally decorative fabric panels of Aleksandra Gaca are made from 99.4% Trevira CS polyester and 1% elasthane. As Aleksandra Gaca is always in the hunt for innovative ideas and techniques, the Ondo fabric features new geometric structures and dramatic contrasts in color and finish.
Adding color and style into your office doesn’t have to include painting your walls anymore. Finding smart and creative solutions that include aesthetic AND functionality is what you should be looking for. Combine those Ondo panels with pieces in the same color and there you have an amazingly harmonious office that is not boring.