Collection

Hiroko Takeda

Nostalgia Series

Nostalgia is a distinctive piece in the Giant Waffle series, an ongoing exploration of dimensionality through a structured weave. The variation in blue hues accentuates the depth of the waffle weave. Composition and dimensions by commission. Inquire

  • Nostalgia I (Left): 23"W x 2.75"D x 42"H
  • Nostalgia II (Right): 24"W x 2.75"D x 30"H
  • As Shown: silk , cotton , linen , and wool

Hiroko Takeda

Blueprint III

Blueprint III is part of the Giant Waffle series, an ongoing exploration of dimensionality through a structured weave. Blueprint III is a textile that explores the complimentary relationship between rigid and fluid weave structures. Composition and dimensions by commission. Inquire

  • 27.5"W x 36"H
  • As Shown: Silk, cotton, and linen

Hiroko Takeda

Apollo

Apollo is part of the Soft Metal series, an ongoing project that investigates the contrasting material qualities of fibers and metals. This piece uses varying weave structures and metallic yarn to mimic the reflective qualities of polished brass. Composition and dimensions by commission. Inquire

  • 36"W x 192"H
  • As Shown: Metallic yarn, linen, and hemp

Hiroko Takeda

Untitled

Untitled is a piece in the See/Through series, an ongoing exploration of light-sensitivity through the combination of multiple weave structures. This textile uses transparent and opaque elements to draw focus to its complex structural variations. Composition and dimensions by commission. Inquire

  • 36"W x 130"H
  • As Shown: Mohair, wool, and linen

Hiroko Takeda

White Garden

White Garden is a piece in the See/Through series, an ongoing exploration of light-sensitivity through the combination of multiple weave structures. This ethereal piece is composed of linen, alpaca, and viscose fibers. Composition and dimensions by commission. Inquire

  • 54"W x 144"H
  • As Shown: Linen, alpaca, and viscose

Hiroko Takeda

Cumulo

Cumulo is part of the See/Through series, an ongoing exploration of light-sensitivity  through the combination of multiple weave structures. This textile’s structure explores the interaction of light with linen, kid mohair, and wool fibers. Composition and dimensions by commission. Inquire

  • 36"W x 130"H
  • As Shown: Linen, kid mohair, and wool

Hiroko Takeda

Aerie

Aerie is a piece in the Flow series which employs horizontal banding to explore tonal gradation. This piece explores a mix of gray and vibrant blue yarns. Composition and dimensions by commission. Inquire

  • 37"W x 115"H
  • As Shown: Wool, kid mohair, and silk

Hiroko Takeda

Chiaroscuro

Chiaroscuro is a piece in the Flow series which employs horizontal banding to explore tonal gradation. This textile makes reference to the renaissance painting technique through its use of strong tonal contrasts. Composition and dimensions by commission. Inquire

  • 37"W x 115"H
  • As Shown: Wool, kid mohair, and silk

Hiroko Takeda

Chrome I

Chrome I is part of the Soft Metal series, a continuing investigation of the contrasting material qualities of fibers and metals. This piece uses varying weave structures and metallic yarn to mimic the reflective qualities of chromed metal. Composition and dimensions by commission. Inquire

  • 28"W x 140"H
  • As Shown: Metallic yarn, bamboo, and linen

Hiroko Takeda

Gray Natural Brush

Gray Natural Brush is part of the Giant Waffle series, an ongoing exploration of dimensionality through a structured weave. Gray Natural Brush is a textile that explores the juxtaposition of rigid and fluid weave structures. Composition and dimensions by commission. Inquire

  • 37"W x 37"H
  • As Shown: Silk, linen, and cotton

Hiroko Takeda

Blueprint I

Blueprint I is part of the Giant Waffle series, an ongoing exploration of dimensionality through a structured weave. Blueprint I explores the compositional effects of expanding and contracting weave size. Composition and dimensions by commission. Inquire

  • 28.5"W x 3.25"D x 48"H
  • As Shown: Silk, cotton, and linen

Hiroko Takeda

Black Board

Black Board is a unique piece in the Giant Waffle series which explores dimensionality through a structured weave. This textural piece is composed of various fibers including silk and kid mohair. Composition and dimensions by commission. Inquire

  • 108"W x 144"H
  • As Shown: Silk, cotton, kid mohair, and linen

Hiroko Takeda

Night

Night is part of the Soft Metal series, a continuing investigation of the contrasting material qualities of fibers and metals. This piece uses varying weave structures and metallic yarn to mimic the reflective qualities of dark, patina-finished metal. Composition and dimensions by commission. Inquire

In Stock available: (1) Metallic yarn, linen, cotton and kid mohair
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  • 36"W x 140"H
  • As Shown: Metallic yarn, linen, cotton, and kid mohair

Hiroko Takeda

Sounding

Sounding is part of the Giant Waffle series, an ongoing exploration of dimensionality through a structured weave. These hanging panels alternates between waffle and flat weave to create dynamic variations in the textile’s visual weight. Composition and dimensions by commission. Inquire

  • 31"W x 80"H
  • As Shown: Silk, cotton, and linen

Hiroko Takeda

Giant Charcoal

Giant Charcoal is part of the Giant Waffle series, an ongoing exploration of dimensionality through a structured weave. This piece is woven with black dyed silk, cotton, linen, and mohair fibers. Composition and dimensions by commission. Inquire

  • 37"W x 72"H
  • As Shown: Silk, cotton, linen, and kid mohair

Hiroko Takeda

Blueprint II

Blueprint II is part of the Giant Waffle series, an ongoing exploration of dimensionality through a structured weave. Blueprint II utilizes complimentary weave structures to explore the waffle weave’s graphic qualities. Composition and dimensions by commission. Inquire

  • 28.5"W x 3.25"D x 31.5"H
  • As Shown: Silk, cotton, and linen

Hiroko Takeda

Cartography III

Cartography III is part of the Giant Waffle series, an ongoing exploration of dimensionality through a structured weave. This hanging textile combines graphic and structural elements to create a dynamic  composition. Composition and dimensions by commission. Inquire

In Stock available: (1) Silk, cotton, kid mohair, and linen
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  • 35"W x 112"H
  • As Shown: Silk, cotton, kid mohair, and linen

Hiroko Takeda

Still Life Box

Still Life Box is part of the Giant Waffle series, an ongoing exploration of dimensionality through a structured weave. Still Life Box is a framed textile “still life” woven with cotton, silk, and linen fibers. Composition and dimensions by commission. Inquire

  • 23.5"W x 2"D x 12.5"H
  • As Shown: Silk, cotton, and linen

Hiroko Takeda

Star

Star is a drapery textile inspired by the Giant Waffle series. This drapery and wall covering textile uses the waffle weave to creates a three-dimensional field of stars. Composition and dimensions by commission. Inquire

  • 54" Width
  • As Shown: Linen and metallic yarn
  • Color: Silver

Hiroko Takeda

Chevron Throw

The Chevron Throw’s distinctive textural pattern is created using a repeated diagonal weave. Wool, alpaca, and fine kid mohair fibers are handwoven into this sumptuous blanket. Composition and dimensions by commission. Inquire

  • 37"W x 90"H
  • As Shown: Wool, alpaca, and kid mohair

Hiroko Takeda

Sakiori Throw

The Sakiori Throw is a contemporary application of a traditional Japanese weaving technique that combined multiple scraps of fabric to create one textile. This blanket’s subtle variation in texture harkens back to the hand-made qualities of Sakiori fabrics in pre-industrial Japan. Inquire

  • 37"W x 90"H
  • As Shown: Wool, kid mohair, and silk

Hiroko Takeda

Silk Mohair Band Throw

The Silk Mohair Band Throw is a piece in the Flow series which employs horizontal banding to explore tonal gradation. This throw is woven with wool, silk, and kid mohair. Inquire

  • 80"W x 50"H
  • As Shown: Wool, silk, and kid mohair
  • Color: Canary

Hiroko Takeda

Silk Mohair Band Throw

The Silk Mohair Band Throw is a piece in the Flow series which employs horizontal banding to explore tonal gradation. This throw is woven with wool, silk, and kid mohair. Inquire

  • 80"W x 50"H
  • As Shown: Wool, silk, and kid mohair
  • Color: Blue Four

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