The early Icelandic settlers lived on a very primitive landscape. They used the sheep, for the meat and for the wool. They looked at the animal itself, and the way they made their coat, was in a sense a recognition, a mimicry of the intelligence that is already there in the coat of the sheep. They used the Thel which stores the heat for making a yarn, and the Tog which is water repellant for the outer layer of the weaving.
While it looks very primitive, it is cleverly simple.
This project is about the simplicity of forms of adaptation that we tend to forget.