Tapestry 270 is an investigation into the transition between the indoors and outdoors. Through delving into the heritage of tapestries paul youenn and eliott vallin found out their importance to warm-up, protect spaces and tell stories. By taking a microscopic view of the fibre they were able to understand its structure and enhance its protective aspect. They wanted to tell the story of the material by showing where its characteristics come from, and how the tapestry can protect the interior space of the house, as well as, in the form of a garment protect the body. To embody the transition of the Tapestry from an indoor piece towards an outdoor garment Adaptism selected the Merino Wool. The white shapes seen are the patterns of the garments created, and the rest for the interior space, through this process nothing is going to waste. This project was produced in the Textiel Lab of the Textiel Museum in Tilburg.