Smocking is a traditional technique usually used for kitschy pillows or in fashion. The series ›smock‹ consists of a chair, carpets, and several lights.
Based on a raster, different three-dimensional patterns are generated. The width of fabrics is limited by the capacity of production machines, but through smocking it becomes possible to create ›never ending surface‹. Sutures disappear underneath the voluminous structure. More than this, smock takes over cushioning. The effects extend to both, chairs and carpets, rendering them comfortable and visually dynamic.