Merel Karhof is a Dutch designer who lives and works in London.
An avid traveller, Merel draws inspiration from putting herself in different contexts, looking each time with a new view on the world.
At 18, Merel spent a year in Italy, where she became fluent in the Italian language. Read More...
This Sweater-Chair-Ball-Winder unravels old knitted sweaters and winds them onto a chair.The sweater is transformed into the upholstery of the chair. By unraveling different colours of sweaters you can create different colour pallets.In a space wi
‘Wind Knitting Factory’ is a wind powered knitting machine that is attached to a building. The blades embrace a meter in diameter, and the wind cached by this mill drives the machine. A long scarf gets knitted along the build
Merel recorded the colour of the water by making pictures on a daily basis on her way to the studio, always at the same hour using the same camera parameters. With this inventory of colours Karhof developed a pattern that she digitally printed on silk.
A small piece of urban jewelry visualizes the way the wind blows around a building.
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