What is fabric used for nowadays? In these changing times fabric is used in so many ways and the possibilities are endless. The LUCA School of Arts focuses on these endless possibilities and sees textile as a cross-over between art and design. At their graduation show on DDW ’16 there were a lot of different… Read More Textile of Possibilities
The trend Flexurbinity is about rearranging the city in an efficient and flexible way. This means that products are moving with us instead of us moving with the products. During our coolhunt trip in the TAC Building we came across Kurage, a lamp that is flexible to use in divergent spaces and is able to… Read More Seen at TAC| Kurage
(Click on the title to see the vlog) Here is our second vlog in the Klokgebouw. It is about Comfort City by Anneloes de Koff en Pieter Stoutjesdijk.
Marie’s collection is a reflection of her journey at the Royal College of Art. She started by looking at the relationship between body and garment and the way movement creates a language. She extended her study and added the focus on the geographical movement. She wondered what it was like to be a modern nomadic… Read More Marie Maissonneveut
More and more people are living on each and every square foot. Another 3 billion people are expected to live in the cities. This is also called urbanization. Because of the urbanization we have to rearrange the city. We are forced to build in vertical space. There will be more and higher towers. A stair… Read More Vertical walking by Rombout Freeling lab
Flocking Mosque by Azra Akšamija is a signal of our trend Flexurbinity, which is all about that our cities are changing and thus our movements and actions. Flocking Mosque is a wearable and mobile religious architectural object. It ensures that people no longer need a fixed place for religion. Normally people had to go to… Read More Seen at Design Perron | Flocking Mosque by Azra Akšamija