"Burner Dye" (fabric no. 9-361)

Designer Reiko Sudo Japanese
Manufacturer Nuno Corporation Japanese

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Sudo is inspired by how stainless steel pots and pans burn to a beautiful opalescence over a burner flame. This loosely woven stainless steel broadcloth is held over an open flame, the gas jets marking stripes across the surface to create the pattern.

"Burner Dye" (fabric no. 9-361), Reiko Sudo (Japanese, born Ibaragi, 1953), Stainless steel, cotton

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