Explore the challenges and potential solutions to current peatland management practices in Finland through talks and a conversation with experts.
Fluff Stuff: Textile fillings from rewetted peatlands
Fluff Stuff textile fillings and products are produced from Typha Latifolia, which are cultivated on rewetted Finnish peatlands. By processing the tender fibres of this aqueous plant, Fluff Stuff produces a textile filling material with similar properties to down feathers and polyester fibres.
The Fluff Stuff project is an entrepreneurial project based on learnings from the Creative Sustainability Master’s program. To date, Fluff Stuff comprises of a core team and a network of experts, many of which are either graduates or current students at Aalto University.
Lukas Schuck: MSc Creative Sustainability, Department of Chemical Engineering, Aalto University. CEO at Fluff Stuff
- Tea Auramo: MSc MA Business and Design, HDK Valand Academy of Art and Design, Sweden. Strategist at Fluff Stuff
- Samu-Jussi Koski: MA Fashion Design, Polimoda, Italy. Head of Brand at Fluff Stuff
- Amir Tahvonen: MA Creative Sustainability, Department of Arts and Design, Aalto University. Art Director at Fluff Stuff
- Laura Rusanen: MA Fashion and Textiles, Department of Arts and Design, Aalto University. Head of Design Research at Fluff Stuff
Attend the seminar
Interested in learning more about mitigating greenhouse gas emissions by re-wetting peatlands? Attend the seminar on 19 September 2022.
Designs for a Cooler Planet is a five-week-long festival celebrating experiments in planet-friendly materials, fashion, and food.