LifeLines

Clothing patterns that ‘tell’ the story of your life
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

As soon as clothes start to show the first signs of wear, they are often no longer worn. LifeLines wants to emphasize the beautiful qualities of ‘ageing’ and in this project it matches age and clothing. Patterns on LifeLines clothing are literally formed by a person’s experience and they tell a unique, personal story. The longer the clothing is worn, the more complex the structure becomes.

Partners

Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology

People

Jasmijn de Boer
Hannah Bosland
Trudie Bosse
Diederik van den Brand
Coach: Lilian Admiraal

Contact

g.o.h.m.bosse [at] student.tue . nl

As soon as clothes start to show the first signs of wear, they are often no longer worn. LifeLines wants to emphasize the beautiful qualities of ‘ageing’ and in this project it matches age and clothing. Patterns on LifeLines clothing are literally formed by a person’s experience and they tell a unique, personal story. The longer the clothing is worn, the more complex the structure becomes.

Partners

Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology

People

Jasmijn de Boer
Hannah Bosland
Trudie Bosse
Diederik van den Brand
Coach: Lilian Admiraal

Contact

g.o.h.m.bosse [at] student.tue . nl

LifeLines

As soon as clothes start to show the first signs of wear, they are often no longer worn. LifeLines wants to emphasize the beautiful qualities of ‘ageing’ and in this project it matches age and clothing. Patterns on LifeLines clothing are literally formed by a person’s experience and they tell a unique, personal story. The longer the clothing is worn, the more complex the structure becomes.

Partners

Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology

People

Jasmijn de Boer
Hannah Bosland
Trudie Bosse
Diederik van den Brand
Coach: Lilian Admiraal

Contact

g.o.h.m.bosse [at] student.tue . nl

As soon as clothes start to show the first signs of wear, they are often no longer worn. LifeLines wants to emphasize the beautiful qualities of ‘ageing’ and in this project it matches age and clothing. Patterns on LifeLines clothing are literally formed by a person’s experience and they tell a unique, personal story. The longer the clothing is worn, the more complex the structure becomes.

Partners

Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology

People

Jasmijn de Boer
Hannah Bosland
Trudie Bosse
Diederik van den Brand
Coach: Lilian Admiraal

Contact

g.o.h.m.bosse [at] student.tue . nl