The Twine is a space-occupying and space-creating textile sculpture that can only be moved easily by the gathering of multiple people. It has the potential to create a sense of situational belonging between users. The 50m long and 35cm wide tube-shaped sculpture can be divided into two parts. The surface consists of slightly iridescent white fabric segments, which are connected by seams. The filling volume is created by crumpled paper. All materials have already been used and can easily be returned to the recycling circuit. For round Table Discussions, performances or gatherings of any kind the Twine can be borrowed from the Professorship of Architecture and Design.