FLUFFY is a lighting series that utilizes the original characteristics of fabrics and gives them new interpretations through a shrinking stitching technique.
The fabric selected is a three-dimensional mesh fabric, which is generally used for functional purposes such as buffering or pressure relief. The material itself has a thickness and a certain degree of elastic recovery, and after specially arranged stitching, it will appear soft and fluffy.
Experiment with different stitching methods to control the effect of the texture by changing the spacing,
ordering or number of stitching points.
Find out the changing logic of the texture, develop suitable shapes according to the cloth texture, and produce different objects.
Stitch randomly at different intervals to create irregular fabric patterns.
A single cloth pattern creates a concave and convex effect through differences in sparse and dense rows.
Squares are used as units to arrange and shape to create a stretchable fabric pattern.
The fabric shaping experiment hopes to use the characteristics of the material itself to experiment and explore more possibilities through design.It is also about finding higher value for these industrial materials.
Designer | Liang-Chun Chen
Design Advisor | Shi-Kai Tseng