Jusso Koski (Finland), Valeria Munda (Italy), Eileen Krüger (Germany), Setareh Salehi (Iran).
Fluff is a material that is mostly created from drying clothes in a dryer. Dry cleaners create significant amounts of fluff every day and it’s usually just thrown in the trash without any consideration of reuse. Fluff is also created by home dryers and lint removers. We wanted to tackle this problem/opportunity by creating a new function for the waste material by enhancing its own specific properties and adding new ones. While creating the new material we decided to use natural ingredients so the ecological footprint of the material would be as low as possible.
- Freedom of shape
- Natural Color in Volume
Specific Material Attributes
- Rice Starch.
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