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. 


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



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