Smart Textiles Design Lab Blog at The Swedish School of Textiles

Sound-based Thinking and Design Practices with Embodied Extensions
Changeability as a quality in textile design
On Textile Farming: Seeds as Material for Textile Design_Svenja Keune
On researching and teaching in textile design
Research outlet_www.researchoutlet.se
Davis, F. and Dumitrescu, D.(2017). Knitted Heat-ActiveTextiles.In Active matter, Tibbits, S.(ed). Cambridge(MA): MIT Press, pp. 205-212.
Thermochromic workshop at Vilnius Art Academy, 9-11th of October, 2017
Keynote at the 18th ETN Conference Crossover 2017 Borås, Sweden, 12 -19 september, 2107
Smart Textiles Design Lab: experimental research in textiles: space and body at MOOD17, Bruxelles
Tech Textil Frankfurt 2017
On textile printing with thermochromic inks
Soft Sensing Structures
Sensor Gloves
Textile Muscles
TEXTILEISM - Future & Textiles
Sound-based Thinking and Design Practices with Embodied Extensions
Sound-based Thinking and Design Practices with Embodied Extensions

TEI 2020: FUTURE BODIES, FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES You are welcome to register for the workshop Sound-based Thinking and Design Practices with Embodied Extensions, which will be held in TEI’20, Sydney Australia! How can we extend our hearing sense within embodied practices? This studio focuses on sonic and electromagnetic fields as intangible materials with distinctive qualities and […]

Changeability as a quality in textile design
Changeability as a quality in textile design

Riikka Talman Licentiate Thesis Abstract The tendency to wear out and change is inherent in most materials, but – aside from a few exceptions – has been considered to be undesirable by both the industry and consumers. The work presented in this licentiate thesis suggests that, due to change in some form being an inherent […]

On Textile Farming: Seeds as Material for Textile Design_Svenja Keune
On Textile Farming: Seeds as Material for Textile Design_Svenja Keune

    Presently, designing with living systems such as insects, fungi and bacteria has become an area of extended interest, proposing collaborative processes of designing and manufacturing – as a solution for symbiotic ways of living. On the scale of the interior, modern systems for interior gardening, combining both functional, e.g., food supply, purifying the […]

On researching and teaching in textile design
On researching and teaching in textile design

Artistic research in design is relatively new compared to experimental research in the natural sciences but it has matured a great deal over the last decade. Its extensive development has brought new challenges to professional practice, and also raised questions regarding how knowledge should be imparted in academia. By examining the field of textile design, […]

Research outlet_www.researchoutlet.se
Research outlet_www.researchoutlet.se

Monday the 18th of December at 13.00 we will launch the Research Outlet at the Swedish School of Textiles. The research outlet is an ongoing project of the Smart Textiles Design Lab; the project aims to propose another perspective on research publishing. www.researchoutlet.se

Davis, F. and Dumitrescu, D.(2017). Knitted Heat-ActiveTextiles.In Active matter, Tibbits, S.(ed). Cambridge(MA): MIT Press, pp. 205-212.
Davis, F. and Dumitrescu, D.(2017). Knitted Heat-ActiveTextiles.In Active matter, Tibbits, S.(ed). Cambridge(MA): MIT Press, pp. 205-212.

Dumitrescu, D. and Davis, F. (2017). Knitted Heat-ActiveTextiles.In Active matter , Tibbits, S.(ed). Cambridge(MA): MIT Press, pp. 205-212. https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/active-matter