Six-pack rings discarded by suppliers restocking office vending machines in New York City don’t prompt thoughts of flora, but the properties of the maligned material makes it a versatile building block. 


Flat planes of translucent plastic are folded and layered to create biomorphic forms inspired by plants and modern shapes. Early pieces employed multiple secondary reclaimed materials to create their structures. Later pieces are woven, using a technique developed over a year and a half that eliminates the need for connectors or adhesives. Each piece takes its name from the plant that inspired it. The name of woven pieces includes a number indicating the quantity of six-pack rings used.


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