Tuft "Fluffy Harry"

Fluffy Harry emerged from a parallel research into taping and tufting technologies applied on small scale objects instead of spaces.
Throughout this endeavour we dealt with various materials and working techniques such as weaving, wet felting and latex coating.
The resulting mass of Fluffy Harry is hardly a finalised product but rather a distilled moment in the ongoing process, tentatively wedged between furniture and architecture.
Fluffy Harry is topologically hollowed; it encloses a gaping interior which allows entrance, relaxation and hiding, a shelter from outside gaze and clamour.
The construction is rudimentary, almost primitive, reminiscent of a nomadic tribal tent.



Wet felting / Lili Poljak

Latex coating