Ferrofabric by Puff & Flock
by Harry / September 8, 2009


Above, Jenny of Puff & Flock is exhibiting a walk-through arch inspired by the texture of peeling paint on their new Ferrofabric. "The skin of the arch is made from a substance that molts like a growing lizard"...



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Ferrofabric is just one of the surprises Puff & Flock have in store for London Design Week. Some of the others, Just Landed (below), Elisabeth Buecher and Amelie Labarthe's large scale printed inflatable installation on performance nylon fabric.


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Melissa French will be exhibiting woven metal fabrics, trimmings and a large metal lace panel as further editions to the Urban Upholstery collection. "Each design is made with interior fabrics but for use both indoors and out, exposed to the elements, left to patinate and rust developing new patterns overtime."


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Sample of metal bobbin lace made of stainless steel.

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