Materialization of the Healthy Office with Francesco Messori – Material Xperience
‘Flex Work’ has become a buzzword, but does this design principle contribute to a better and healthier work environment? Interior design studio D/DOCK has taken this concept to the next level with the launch of ...Read more >
How do materials that stimulate your senses improve the built environment?
Sight. Sound. Touch. Smell. Taste. Through better inclusion of all our five senses in design, can patients recover more quickly? Will office workers become more productive and creative? Will hurried shoppers feel more relaxed and ...Read more >
Nanowire Fabric: Warmest Winter Material Yet?
Developed by scientists at Stanford University, this super warm nanocloth material innovation could make winter temperatures seem pleasant thanks to a flexible coating of invisible ‘nanowires’ that reflects human body heat. To create nanocloth, cotton fabric ...Read more >
Digital Origami by Gregory Epps – Material Xperience 2015
Gregory Epps is an international speaker on the topic of digital fabrication and the emergence of robotics in architecture and design. He specialises in a unique form of robot folded digital origami that will be ...Read more >
3D printed soft seating by Lilian van Daal at MaterialXperience 2015
MaterialXperience 2015 offers the opportunity to see Lilian van Daal’s incredible 3D printed soft seating in person. In addition, van Daal will give at lecture at this event on February 9th (@15.00 hrs) about biomimicry, ...Read more >