Living Matters - Design United talkshow

21 October 2020
13:00
online
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen
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LIVING MATTER(S)

We may be living in a Digital Age but we continue to inhabit a material world and physical artefacts still play an important role in design research.

Consequently the emergence of new biological materials – living matters – present a fascinating challenge for designers. How might emerging materials help designers create products that digest, or integrate and blend with our human bodies and with our natural environment? How might living materials allow products to function in new and efficient ways? Might these emerging materials prompt us to re-evaluate ‘life’ itself?

program

  • Teresa van Dongen Intro 
  • Bahareh Barati (TUD) about Performative living light
  • Elvin Karana (TUD)
  • Miguel Bruns (TU/e)
  • Elzelinde van Doleweerd (TU/e) about Shape-changing food structures
  • Emma Luitjens (WUR) about Mylium

Find more information and a link to the event here

LIVING MATTER(S)

We may be living in a Digital Age but we continue to inhabit a material world and physical artefacts still play an important role in design research.

Consequently the emergence of new biological materials – living matters – present a fascinating challenge for designers. How might emerging materials help designers create products that digest, or integrate and blend with our human bodies and with our natural environment? How might living materials allow products to function in new and efficient ways? Might these emerging materials prompt us to re-evaluate ‘life’ itself?

program

  • Teresa van Dongen Intro 
  • Bahareh Barati (TUD) about Performative living light
  • Elvin Karana (TUD)
  • Miguel Bruns (TU/e)
  • Elzelinde van Doleweerd (TU/e) about Shape-changing food structures
  • Emma Luitjens (WUR) about Mylium

Find more information and a link to the event here

Living Matters - Design United talkshow

21 October 2020
13:00
online

LIVING MATTER(S)

We may be living in a Digital Age but we continue to inhabit a material world and physical artefacts still play an important role in design research.

Consequently the emergence of new biological materials – living matters – present a fascinating challenge for designers. How might emerging materials help designers create products that digest, or integrate and blend with our human bodies and with our natural environment? How might living materials allow products to function in new and efficient ways? Might these emerging materials prompt us to re-evaluate ‘life’ itself?

program

  • Teresa van Dongen Intro 
  • Bahareh Barati (TUD) about Performative living light
  • Elvin Karana (TUD)
  • Miguel Bruns (TU/e)
  • Elzelinde van Doleweerd (TU/e) about Shape-changing food structures
  • Emma Luitjens (WUR) about Mylium

Find more information and a link to the event here

LIVING MATTER(S)

We may be living in a Digital Age but we continue to inhabit a material world and physical artefacts still play an important role in design research.

Consequently the emergence of new biological materials – living matters – present a fascinating challenge for designers. How might emerging materials help designers create products that digest, or integrate and blend with our human bodies and with our natural environment? How might living materials allow products to function in new and efficient ways? Might these emerging materials prompt us to re-evaluate ‘life’ itself?

program

  • Teresa van Dongen Intro 
  • Bahareh Barati (TUD) about Performative living light
  • Elvin Karana (TUD)
  • Miguel Bruns (TU/e)
  • Elzelinde van Doleweerd (TU/e) about Shape-changing food structures
  • Emma Luitjens (WUR) about Mylium

Find more information and a link to the event here