Handmade colourful wall pieces that enhance acoustics, adds colour and softness into your work- and living spaces.
Growing Textiles started in 2014 when textile designers Noortje de Brouwer and Mieke van den Hout developed a technique to process big amounts of waste wool into a new way of furniture uphostery.
The idea arose to scale it up and convert this technique into sound absorbing wall pieces.
Growing Textiles is handmade with European sheep wool and a stretch textile in a colour of your choice. It is made to order in various shapes with a max. of 130 cm wide.
With circularity in mind, all parts can be separated from each other and are recyclable.
Every work is a one of a kind, numbered and made with love and care at Arnhem based Studio Mieke Lucia.
note: Inquiries for large scale works are no longer possible since Studio Mieke Lucia has moved in to a smaller studio. Feel free to get in touch to talk about the possibilities.
Growing Textiles nr.016 at a Health and Rehabilitation centre in Belgium.
Growing Textiles process photo's
Tricot fabric, impregnated with UV protection
European sheep wool
Galvanized metal + MDF/wood frame + PLA caps
Weight per m2
10 kg (approximately)
130 x 130 cm
Growing Textiles nr.014 in a home.