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Season Carpet by Siren Elise Wilhelmsen Changes Colors According To Temperature

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Designer Siren Elise Wilhelmsen has created a prototype of a wool carpet that changes colors depending on temperature in the room. Nature has its own ways of reacting to shifts in temperature and between seasons so Siren Elise Wilhelmsen decided to create a carpet that would do the same only indoors.

Season Carpet Changes Color Depending on Temperature

Season Carpet (soft termometer)

The Season carpet (soft termometer) is made of three types of colored fibers that react to temperatures which makes them change colors when temperatures around rise or fall. The carpet changes the look as the seasons change just like the environment changes from season to season. Thus the carpet functions as a ‘soft termometer’.

The first prototype of the Season carpet changes from blue to mint as the temperature reaches 15°C . And as the temperature rises to 28°C it turns from red to yellow. The second prototype changes from purple to pink at 15°C, and at 28°C it changes from red/brown to yellow.

The Season carpet is a cool way to tell the season’s changing. Also the geometric pattern adds dimension to the carpet becoming an eye catching accent to the decor.

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