German designer Elisa Strozyk has created a series of wooden rugs that can bend, drape and crumble to imitate real fabric.
Each rug is made up of hundreds of tiny dyed triangular wooden pieces that are flexible and moveable on each side. This allows for the rug to take on and hold any shape allowing for some interesting temporary sculptures.
Head over to Elisa’s website to see more images and products.
(Soure: Design Taxi)