Leeds Dock will see the launch of an exhibition of knitted textile installations designed by knit design researchers Jane Scott and Elizabeth Gaston, and undergraduate textile design students from The School of Design at The University of Leeds.
TED Senior Research Fellow, Dr Kate Goldsworthy is presenting a paper entitled ‘Designing for a circular fashion economy: technology, collaboration and creativity’ at the 2015 ‘Forging the Future’ Conference Series at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts (more…)
TED researchers recently worked with all stage 2 BA Textile Design students at Chelsea for a The TEN strategies workshop. The team lead a brainstorming session for the Adhocism project with students evaluating their practice through the lens of one selected (more…)
To mark the opening of Durning Library as part of the Building Exploratory’s public consultation programme for the library, Linda Florence has created an installation on the building’s glazed facades that draws upon the characters that populate the outside of the building and combines (more…)
Prof Rebecca Earley and PhD students Bridget Harvey and Clara Vuletich will conduct three workshops Repair Before the Break, Cool School Tools and Shavasana Shirt as part of the Cultures of Resilience 4 day event programme included in the University of the (more…)
We are thrilled to share that Melanie Bowles & The People’s Print will be launching their recently completed book Print Make Wear – Creative Projects for Digital Textile Design with Laurence King at Makerversity, New Wing, Somerset House (more…)
Natsai Chieza will present Design in the Age of Living Technology - a paper she co-authored with her collaborator Professor John Ward (The Ward Lab, University College London). The paper was recently (more…)
Jo Pierce and Philippa Brock
Studio Houndstooth is an experimental, multidisciplinary textile & materials design research studio, founded by Philippa Brock and Jo Pierce.
They investigate, interrogate (more…)
Prof. Becky Earley
In order to drive the profound cultural and industrial change that is needed to achieve a more sustainable future, designers must be many things. Aside from creating less impactful materials, products and processes, we must design new systems and services (more…)