Texel Ottoman        2009

The original Texel Ottoman was designed to test local wool from Dutch Texel sheep that had been made into yarn by a spinner in the Netherlands. Sadly, the local spinner has closed. 

The ottoman is made by winding thick woollen yarn into a ball. A special winding device was invented in order to produce a ball without a hole at its centre. The Texel Ottoman is currently in production by t.e. and is currently made of New Zealand wool. 


Acoustic Poster, Gelderlander, Saddle Blanket,
Bulb Bullée, Urchin pouf, Flax project, Aran rug,
Texel ottoman , Bottom Ash Observatory,
Pigeon Service: thomaseyck.com


Photography: Mathijs Labadie, Roel van Tour
Text edit: Laura Houseley
Graphic design: Kumi Hiroi
Coding: Henrik van Leeuwen



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