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The Sadu Chair

Traditional weaving of Al Sadu refers to the traditional woven textile made by Bedouin women: in Arabic, ‘Al Sadu’ means weaving done in a horizontal style.

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The Sadu Chair

Traditional weaving of Al Sadu refers to the traditional woven textile made by Bedouin women: in Arabic, ‘Al Sadu’ means weaving done in a horizontal style. The weaving is a form of warp-faced plain weave made on a ground loom. The cloth forms a tightly woven, durable textile and the weavers make use of natural fibres found in their natural environment. The patterns found in Sadu weaving is typically geometric designs combined to flow in rhythmic repetition and symmetry.

For this piece, a contemporary interpretation of the Sadu weave has been reimagined in the form of boucle tweed. The ode to tradition has been further emphasized by the use of the door-knocker on the walnut base.

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