Future Weaving Indonesia (CTI) launched a book which is expected to provide inspiration on how the application of the woven fabric. This time CTI release a book featuring a woven fabric to decorate the house.
“We want to change the outlook of people towards it felt heavy woven fabrics and synonymous with tradition. Turns weaving can be applied as an item of fashion and interior design. Weaving is multifunctional, can be anything as long as we keep our characteristics, credentials,” said Okke Hatta Rajasa, chairman of CTI during a press conference at The Hall, Senayan City on Friday (30/11/2012).
The book is titled ‘Indonesia Woven Textiles For The Home’ that showcases the work of 14 designers and interior products. The 14 designers it is Agam Riadi, Anita Boentarman, Eko Priharseno, Joke Ross, Reza Wahyudi, Sammy Hendramianto, Suyin Pramono, Andrew Lim, Ary Juwono, Fifi Fimandjaja, Prasetio Budhi, Roland Adam, Shirley Gouw and Yuni Jie.
All of these designers use fabrics Indonesia as the primary material of their designs. For example, using the Agam Riadi Bali and Palembang weaving applications in a variety of products for the foyer or den, and Roland Adam who chose the theme of “Outdoor Comfort ‘seems to conjure up a cozy living room with patio weaving applications Buton of Southeast Sulawesi.
“Using sebagain interior loom is long, but there are ups and downnya. Mostly batik dominate the market, but lately weaving back again. According to me because weaving motif present more diverse. Now that tune is simple motifs such as motif woven stripe, so it is not looks too crowded, “said Roland Adam when found then on the same.
CTI’s books published in English as published internationally. The goal, in addition to documenting the wealth of traditional weaving Indonesia and inspire the use of weaving, traditional fabric that also gets mengakuan by the world community. The book ‘Indonesia Woven Textiles For The Home’ sold for Rp 290 thousand, and it can be found in bookstores Periplus.