We are pleased to announce that Material Futures 01 – TFRC’s award-winning publication is now available as a PDF download from the UAL e-store.
Material Futures features a combination of cutting-edge design research, framed by key (more…)
TFRC and TED
Four of the world’s leading zero waste fashion and textile design researchers will be giving a lecture seminar and master class at Chelsea College of Arts (more…)
The second Elective program run by TED at Konstfack University of the Arts, Crafts and Design has started for this spring. The 2013-2014 Elective is titled ‘Material Journeys’ and will explore the objects we design as material life-cycles or stories. Workshops will be (more…)
Sensory Fashion – Concept Animation from SokFok Studio on Vimeo – a film exploring wearable technologies as an extension of ‘aromachology’ (the study of aroma and the effects this fragrance have on human psychology and behaviour). (more…)
Carole Collet will give a keynote lecture at École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs (ENSAD) on the 4th of March 2014.
With the emerging biological revolution and a set of extraordinary toolkits that allow (more…)
Prof. Becky Earley
As one of a series of ‘No More Stuff’ events being staged at Central Saint Martins for Green Week 2014, CSM’s Socially Responsive Design Research Group and Fashion In Film invite you to a public screening of the 1951 Ealing comedy Man in the White Suit.
To be followed by a panel discussion exploring the films themes of dematerialisation, (more…)
Philippa Brock’s ‘Self Assembly’ work from 2008 is featured in the latest CSM Museum & Study Collection Exhibition. The works on display are the result of students and staff (more…)
As members of this year’s International Trend Table, FranklinTill recently developed and curated the Trend Show at Heimtextil 2014, presenting a comprehensive interpretation (more…)
Shakespeare’s Sonnet 55 begins:
“Not marble, nor the gilded monuments
Of princes, shall outlive this powerful rhyme.”
The Bard of Avon’s statement appears eerily (more…)