t r a n s p a r e n t g e t r e n n t
the cut plastic waste material serves as the weft of the weaving. due to the ability to change the colors of the warp threads, the surface of the textile can be individualized, diversified and modified. different yarn qualities allow a particular color mixture to be preserved during dyeing. the transparency of the plastic stripes would be enhanced through the warp setting. the increasing warp density across the textile fabric produces transmittance ranging from opaque to transparent, thus better adapting to room atmosphere.