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To do this, Silverman tested several fabrics and decided upon an insulation material comprised of recycled cotton and jute, a rough fiber similar to twine or rope.
The molokhia leaves are also known as jute or Jew’s mallow (a bitter green somewhere between spinach and sorrel that can get viscous, similarly to okra, when cooked).
The goal was to connect a low-tech sustainable material—in this case, cork thread, which resembles jute—with a high-tech design process, said the studio’s founders, Ana Trindade Fonseca and Brimet Fernandes da Silva.
The jute rug has an earthy, sandy color, which repeats in the warm leather on the coffee table and stools.
His opening event included more than 3,500 indigenous leaders from across the region, wearing ceremonial headdresses, colorful jute wrappings and spare reed skirts.
Large jute or other natural-fiber area rugs will add warmth and a pale color tone to your floors.
Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the new V&A will celebrate the country’s unsung design heritage—from jute to Minecraft (vandadundee.org).
Hardwood floors in the Beckworth house gleam with a dark stain, and natural jute rugs provide an earthy contrast.
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: a natural fiber that is used for making rope and cloth
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