Emma Lutz is a designer and photographer born in 2001 in Metz (Eastern France). Gratuated from École Boulle in 2022, she is currently a design master student at ENSCI - Les Ateliers.
Also laureat of national French Ministry of Culture open call “Mondes Nouveaux”, she collaborated with Internation Center of Glass Art (CIAV, Meisenthal) and glass artist during the year 2022.
From February to July 2023, she was design resident of National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institut (Nantou, Taiwan).

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From November 2022 to April 2023
NTCRI (Nantou, Taiwan)
Collaboration with textile designer Victoire Lesthevenon.

Ramie weaving and bamboo

Project showed at Taiwan Craft Design Hall (Nantou, Taiwan) during exhibition Weaving Bamboo

Bamboo is the object of many controversies: it is an invasive plant, it is seen as poorly used, and it has a low-end connotation. However, bamboo has many structural advantages, and its shaping can be a real eco-design vector.

This exploration project combines bend bamboo as structural element and weaving modules made out of vegetal fibers from Taiwan to reveal new sensitive perspectives. It creates light and foldable structures of bend bamboo thanks to the weaved modules.