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Designboom industrial design today, courses, education, competitions, history, contemporary, shop, interviews, snapshots, design-aerobics
with more than 2,500,000 readers a month from over 190 countries, (including 250,000 subscribers to our monthly newsletter) is the leading independent publication for key contemporary issues and the critique of all aspects of design, especially those topics which enrich the dialogue between design, creative professionals, industry and society. the milan-based, free internet resource offers snapshot reports from major international design shows, architecture and art exhibitions; interviews and portraits of the protagonists in the contemporary creative scene; design history and in-depth information on the creators of design classics.
Gerrit Rietveld Academie Erik Wong, Anne-Grethe Filtenborg (Gerrit Rietveld Academie) exhibitions, workshop, bachelor, textile, design lab, fashion, master, school, academy, seminars, students
Materials and products are developed in TXT. The notion of a ësemi-finished productí plays an important role, enabling us to mediate between all kinds of end uses: architecture, fashion, interior design and industry. The atmosphere in the department is one in which thinking and doing permanently influence each other. Within the applied framework of the department, there is the opportunity to develop more autonomously oriented work. The world of visual designers is no longer strictly divided between artists and designers. The confusion between these two positions is productive, and you will be challenged to use it.
LABoral Benjamin Weil (LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial) art, exhibition centre, industrial design
LABoral Art and Industrial Creation Centre is an exhibition centre for art, science, technology and advanced visual industries. But it is also a venue for artistic and technological production, research and training; and for the dissemination of new forms of art and industrial creation. To fulfil these goals, laboral will be a space for exchange between different art disciplines; a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary centre and a dynamic environment for creators / works / researchers / teachers / audiences.
Lumalive Bopa, Labmeta, Jasmin Jodry (Philips) colorful dynamic light, new technologies, fabrics, lighting, LED, philips, clothing, flexibility in messaging
Philips Lumalive integrates dynamic LED lighting into fabrics. Bring magic to your messages at key moments in an event or exhibition with the Lumalive Event Gear. Built on leading Philips LED technologies, Lumalive Event Gear features the striking effect of colorful dynamic light, seamlessly integrated in the clothing of the hosts. Combined with the active role of the hosts in delivering the message, Lumalive Event Gear provides the ultimate flexibility in messaging, timing and location.
Media Lab Europe Stefan Agamanolis (Media Lab Europe Human Connectedness research group ) 2005 research, report, website, closed
This web site is a complete document of the work of the Human Connectedness research group during its 3 1/2 year existence at Media Lab Europe (September 2001 - January 2005). Media Lab Europe is now closed, but the vision of the group is still alive. Many former members are continuing their projects independently, and many of the our prototypes are still available for exhibition.
Mediamatic (Mediamatic) screenings in public space, lectures, new technologies, cultural developments, crew, atelier, magazine, events, salons, people, news, workshops, presentations, exhibitions, community, software, art projects, mediamatic lab, social software applications, internships, blog
We are interested in the cultural developments that go hand in hand with new technologies and in new technologies that cause cultural development. We organize exhibitions, salons, lectures, workshops, screenings in public space and develop software and art projects, and we used to publish the magazine Mediamatic Off-Line.
Milano Unica (Ideabiella, Ideacomo, Moda In, Shirt Avenue) 2010 textile manufactures, finest quality products, twice a year, exibithion, singular, exclusive, united
Milano Unica, the new international textile fair organized in Italy, has been created through the vast experience, fine quality and tradition of four prestigious Italian exhibitions, Ideabiella, Ideacomo, Moda In, Shirt Avenue. This unique, composite project will be held twice a year (February-September), presenting the finest quality products from both Italian and European textile manufacturers. The name, Milano Unica represents the three essential characteristics of the textile fair. UNICA is synonymous with singular, exclusive, united. February 16-18 2010
Nottingham Trent University Phillip Breedon (Nottingham Trent University) point of sale/marketing/retail/exhibition designers and design engineers, product designers, packaging designers, design technology, school, CAD, web designers, innovations
The School brings you challenging courses that launch careers in product and furniture design, architecture, construction, surveying, civil engineering and property investment, development and management. Youíll develop the knowledge and skills to shape the modern world we live in.
Parsons Sabine Seymour (Parsons The New School for Design) entrepreneurship, innovation, design, faculty, university, education, school
Parsons The New School for Design is the place for design innovation and entrepreneurship. From our faculty comprised of New York City's most successful artists and designers to a roster of design exhibitions and events, Parsons is a creative community that puts the learning experience first. Read more, and find out why Parsons is the leader in design education.
pop up lace Carole Collet 2009 future products, paper lace, artist, exhibition
This Pop up Lace is the first industrially produced paper yarn lace, engineered to create pop up tea pots that can be sculpted directly from the tablecloth or the wall hanging and was manufactured by Sakae as a one-off edition for the Warp Factor Exhibition.
seamless 2006-2008 exhibition, show, interactive, smart clothing
seamless is a fashion event featuring innovative and experimental works in computational apparel design, interactive clothing, and technology-based fashion. each project [re]interprets the conceptual goal of a seamless relationship between technology and fashion. these are real clothes that inspire and provoke.
StyleBorg Kerry Bodine 2003 wearable computing, design, fashion culture, books, conferences, culture, design, exhibitions, fashion, fun, health, interaction, personal, products, projects, technology, textiles, wearability, blog, news
Styleborg is a weblog devoted to wearable technology, design fashion and culture. The site was launched in August 2003 to enable me to keep track of current happenings in the field of wearable computing and to express some of my thoughts on the design of new wearable products.
TEXTILE Kaunas Biennial Chief Executive: Virginija Vitkienė (, Project administrator Gintarė Dūdėnaitė, (Kaunas Biennial, Kaunas Biennial Board E-mail: biennial, fall discursive textile culture, textile art, exhibition
We seek to make Kaunas biennial TEXTILE the most significant event for contemporary textile art in Europe, which reflects analytically the art processes currently taking place all over the world, by bringing up the priorities of creative collaboration, openness and democratic relationships in the processes of art creation and its perception. Kaunas Biennial is a platform and a real opportunity for - artists’ debates and the realisation of innovative ideas, - collaboration among artists and visitors, - the enhancement of the sense of community through creative activities, - interdisciplinary artistic and academic practices, - international and intercontinental partnerships and - the creation of a discursive textile culture.
textil{e}tronics Deborah Hustic exhibition, blog, wearables, guerilla knitting
textil{e} – founded in 2012 by Deborah Hustić aka body pixel as a project for curating, workshops, lectures and production in the field of intermedia art.
The Montreal Centre for Contemporary Textiles (The Montreal Centre for Contemporary Textiles) artists, researcher, network, computer assisted, embroidery, non- profit organizations, developing textile, creations, design, education, training, consulting, research, production, equipment rental, exhibition, textile creation, high tech, weaving, knitting, students, international
A non-profit organization dedicated to developing textile creation in QuÈbec by providing top rate services in education, training, consulting, research, production, equipment rental, exhibition and sales. Textile creation using the most advanced technology available in weaving, knitting, embroidery and computer-assisted design. A staff composed of practising professionals who are experts in many different techniques and materials for textile production. A network of internationally leading artists and organizations. Consulted by researchers, artists and students from around the world.
Tio3 Anna Maria Cornelia de Gersem (Textiles Open Innovation Centre) 2011 textiles, innovation, centre, research, events exhibition, workshop
Op 3 december 2011 opende TIO3, een uniek textielcentrum, de deuren. Het is een centrum voor ondernemerschap, opleiding en ontmoeting en dit met een bijzondere focus op textiel en innovatie.
Unravel @ siggraph 2006 tech, wearable, exhibition, show, fashion
Unravel: the SIGGRAPH2006 Fashion Show presents a runway show of innovative and experimental works in computational and conceptual couture, fashion with a social agenda, science-inspired form, and new technologies of material fabrication. Unravel brings together the work of designers and artists from the US, Canada, Europe, and Asia who are seeking to redefine the notion of ‘wearable.’ In the increasingly mobile nature of contemporary life, it has become important to contemplate how the devices we carry and the garments we wear converge into a ‘secondary skin’ which function as an extension of ourselves, in both ability and perception. By using fashion, a medium which has always been associated with self-expression and personal identity, these designers seek to demonstrate how the use (or misuse) of technology and its modes of production have the power to stimulate, delight, and inspire in ways as yet untapped in the fashion world. Gone are the stereotypical bulky cyborg devices; what emerged are garments of beauty, subtlety and elegance in form. Some bring to light important social issues — redefining our notions of personal space, networked environments, and issues of privacy and protection. Others relish in pure delight, reminding us how technology also has the power to enhance our personal relationships and celebrate fantasy and play as part of the human condition.