Subcutaneous, created by Annique Noordman, the young Dutch designer, represents a collection of patterns that give a skeleton shape to the curtain. The surface of the fabric can be transformed and the patterns become movable.
Each different pattern reveals a structure, waiting for the user to mould it. Subcutaneous has been developed using geometrical shapes, able to transform the flat fabric to unexpected volumes, with constructed folds and sculptural crack lines.
Hardening elements from vinyl and rubber, in a knitted carrier, makes the pattern movable. Subcutaneous can be used as a soft wall, a curtain or a partition panel.