Blue Hour refers to the hour in which both dawn and twilight emit a natural blue light, reflecting a moment where the world opens and possibilities seem infinite. It is the space between what is and what could be. Both Yasmijn and Merel Karhof see the echo of this blue hour in the transition from waking to sleeping and vice versa. On the one hand, the throw can be used for its basic purpose, however, it also blends with the body into a sculptural object that resembles a landscape. During this transition, the object changes in stature.
The throw is produced at the Textile Museum in Tilburg. In collaboration, a technique has been developed which influences the folds of the fabric, reminiscent of mountain and valley folds used in origami. Tightly woven sections are alternated with flexible ones, in order to manipulate the shape of the throw in a specific way when someone lies underneath it.