Turng Pham via Smithsonian Magazine
RESEARCH

Marvelling at
material process

Using natural plants to make homewares

Lengths of sedge, a grass-like plant, are dyed and dried and then woven into mats in Vietnam, a process that is over 200 years old.

Sedge plants have been used as a natural material for household objects for millennia, including the Ancient Egyptian writing papyrus.
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