Evangeline Marie Pesigan

Thinking differently about making things, Evangeline Pesigan created her first furniture line in September 2013. She has expanded her interests beyond her native Philippine culture, mixing creativity and traditional craft techniques with modern fabrication and unexpected juxtapositions. Storytelling, heritage and sensibility for craft are paramount in her practice. She acts as a facilitator rather than a creator, collaborating and making connections between her vision, design method and the more instinctive approach of artisans. She aims to foster meaningful interactions where limitless possibilities are shaped and knowledge is equally exchanged. She has been involved in a variety of projects and her work has been featured in many design exhibitions and competitions.
Lounge Chair by Evangeline Marie Pesigan

Tirintas Lounge Chair by Evangeline Marie Pesigan Tirintas is an abstract structural frame chair in metal wrapped with an outer screen of wood veneer. The design is inspired by cultural influences from the Philippines. The dynamic interwoven lines highlight the rare artisanal skills and playful use of the materials’ flexible properties. The process allowed artisans to develop new techniques and foster meaningful interaction. Its open structure invites the user to experience the craft and connect with its surroundings. It is a modern interpretation of traditional form that is versatile, functional, and distinctly defined by Filipino identity.

Contact Info

Evangeline Marie Pesigan
304 Old Brompton Road Suite 3, 2nd Floor
P: +447940513678

Evangeline Marie Pesigan is IDC member since 2016, with 2019 IDC rating.
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