Design House Stockholm's brown Curly Scarf is based on a three-dimensional pattern, unruly yet elegant in its expression.
Sometimes a mistake leads to an opportunity... ‘Curly’ was born when design duo Margot Barolo and Ulrika Mårtensson were experimenting with sculptural patterns by getting a knitting machine to go ‘wrong’; the tension of the yarn and its elasticity caused the piece of knitting to turn itself round, thereby creating a textile structure which is both stylish and unruly.
Thanks to its billowing form the fabric
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Margot Barolo is a product designer who has delved into the issues of production, challenging the image of the Swedish crafts and design industry and how we evaluate the creation/design of an object.
Ulrika Mårtensson is an architect and textile designer. She has been working with large-scale textile installations and development of sound-absorbing textiles for public spaces.
|Dimensions||L 160 x W 30 cm|
|Composition||50% wool, 50% acrylic|
|Care Advice||Hand wash cold / wool wash (30°C) Dry flat|
|Origin||Designed in Sweden|