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  • 1. GREAT FESTIVAL OF CREATIVITY 20 - 22 May 2014 Istanbul
  • 2. DESIGN: A CATALYST FOR INNOVATION Grant Gibson
  • 3. Carole Collet Dani Salvadori Caroline Till
  • 4. Carole Collet
  • 5. Textile Research Centre Futures GREAT FESTIVAL OF CREATIVITY TEXTILE FUTURES RESEARCH CENTRE (TFRC) Prof Carole Collet Istanbul, Hong Kong, Shanghai 2014
  • 6. Who We Are “TFRC hosts a community of practice-based researchers who explore how materials and textiles can enable a more sustainable future.” Our research projects examine the future of textiles through several lenses: §  Science and technology §  Sustainable strategy §  Future materials §  Well-being and community of practice Textile Research Centre Futures
  • 7. Textile Research Centre Futures “Design as a Conduit to Develop Sustainable Strategies”
  • 8. LASER LINE FOR NORTHFACE Dr. Kate Goldsworthy Textile Research Centre Futures PhD: Laser-finishing: a new process for designing recyclability in synthetic textiles’, Mono Finishing / Laser Line How can laser engineering be re-developed to create innovative mono-material embellishing and patterning techniques for future applications in fashion with a focus on zero waste and minimal construction.
  • 9. Textile Research Centre Futures
  • 10. Textile Research Centre Futures Working with Cos designer David Telfer to produce ‘minimal seam’ garment designs which minimise the cost of production
  • 11. PROTOTYPING LASER LINE 2D AT TWI Dr. Kate Goldsworthy Textile Research Centre Futures Finishing combined with garment construction in a single process for integrated production capability.
  • 12. Textile Research Centre Futures
  • 13. MISTRA FUTURE FASHION Professor Becky Earley Key Partners: §  Innventia §  SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden §  Swerea IVF §  Chalmers University of Technology §  Copenhagen Business School, Konstfack §  Malmo University §  Stockholm School of Economics §  H&M Textile Research Centre Futures
  • 14. The TEN Professor Becky Earley Textile Research Centre Futures Training Design Teams / SME Companies Redesign Workshop: concepts improve performance within range of 3% - 26%
  • 15. Textile Research Centre Futures Training designers in large fashion corporations: H&M Pilot training programme (Earley & team) H&M PILOT TRAINING PROGRAMME Professor Becky Earley
  • 16. H&M PILOT TRAINING PROGRAMME Professor Becky Earley Textile Research Centre Futures
  • 17. Responsible Living for VF Corporation USA Professor Becky Earley / TED@TFRC In 2011 TED @ TFRC was selected by VF Corporation, USA – the largest fashion conglomerate in the world – to curate an exhibition of prototypes to explore future sustainability for their 25+ clothing brands, using The TEN as a framework Textile Research Centre Futures
  • 18. SMART NATURAL Biomimetic Textiles PhD Candidate Jane Scott How can the structure of knitted fabric be engineered using biomimetic models to design environmentally responsive textiles? Textile Research Centre Futures
  • 19. Textile Research Centre Futures “Design as Connective Tissue Between Engineering & Science”
  • 20. Textile Research Centre Futures Life My Mind – The North Face Dr Jenny Tillotson The invention was designed to work in a North Face rucksack to demonstrate computer-controlled scent delivery for sports endurance and relaxation. Exhibited at the VF Corp private world summit to showcase the latest global textile innovations, a replaceable cartridge system was designed to fit a small unit and customised in the front chest panel of a hydration rucksack.
  • 21. 1.  wearable technology + fashion = jewellery, smart clothing 2.  ‘miniaturisation’, MEMS, lab-on-a-chip biometric sensors, nanotechnology 3.  smell communication, how this affects the brain, mood, feelings and senses Creative Convergence of                                                                                                        Scentsory  Design®   jOLFACTORY NERVE        Ancient  Art  of  Perfumery  +  Emerging  Technologies   Textile Research Centre Futures
  • 22. FABER FUTURES Natsai Chieza Designer, Researcher, Materiologist Faber Futures is an ongoing project in collaboration with the WARD Lab at UCL that aims to find design strategies that reappropriate bacteria in our material world. Textile Research Centre Futures
  • 23. Textile Research Centre Futures
  • 24. Textile Research Centre Futures Heimtextil, Frankfurt 2014 Big Data: Designing with the Materials of Life, London 2014 Synthetic Aesthetics, V&A, London, 2014
  • 25. ON-LOOM FINISHING TECHNIQUES Philippa Brock §  2D-3D: solo exhibition at the Montreal Centre for Contemporary Textiles (2012) §  Digital Jacquard: Mythologies (2013) Hong Kong, Shenzhen Modern Design Museum, China National Silk Museum Hangzhou §  Self Assembly is part of the Crafts Council’s permanent collection in London Textile Research Centre Futures
  • 26. Textile Research Centre Futures
  • 27. Textile Research Centre Futures “Speculative Design”
  • 28. BIOLACE Professor Carole Collet, Design & Living System Lab Biolace is a speculative design-led research project that investigates the intersection of synthetic biology and textile design to propose future fabrication processes for food and textiles. Textile Research Centre Futures
  • 29. Textile Research Centre Futures Basil N 5Strawberry Noir
  • 30. BIOLOGICAL ATELIER: A/W 2082 'BIO NOUVEAU' COLLECTION Amy Congdon, PhD Candidate Textile Research Centre Futures
  • 31. BIOLOGICAL ATELIER: A.C. ATELIER SKINCARE COLLECTION Amy Congdon Expanding upon the Biological Atelier story, this series suggests a future where beauty products are formulated to be biologically compatible with their users. Synthetically engineered grafts are in need of high-tech products that are specifically designed around the needs of fashioned couture skins. Textile Research Centre Futures
  • 32. BIOLOGICAL ATELIER: A/W 2014 'HAUTE BACON' COLLECTION Amy Congdon The ‘Haute Bacon’ collection, is made using a technique called decellularisation, a process developed for regenerative medicine purposes that involves removing the cells from an organ, leaving behind the extracellular matrix. Textile Research Centre Futures
  • 33. Textile Research Centre Futures “Design for Public Engagement”
  • 34. Textile Research Centre Futures EXHIBITION CURATION Professor Carole Collet Alive, New Design Frontiers, Espace Fondation EDF, Paris. April-August 2013
  • 35. Textile Research Centre Futures The BIOCOUTURE SHOE Suzanne lee, Liz Ciokajlo- Squire, Aaron Lampert, 2013 Design Commissioned by Carole Collet for the ALIVE exhibition at the EDF Foundation
  • 36. Textile Research Centre Futures The BIOCOUTURE SHOE Suzanne lee, Liz Ciokajlo- Squire, Aaron Lampert, 2013
  • 37. SUGAR DANCE Linda Florence Victoria & Albert Museum. Textile Research Centre Futures
  • 38. Textile Research Centre Futures
  • 39. THE HOUSE OF BLING Linda Florence The National Trust: Tattershall Castle, Lincolnshire England. Textile Research Centre Futures
  • 40. Contact Textile Research Centre Futures Director: Professor Rebecca Earley Deputy Director: Professor Carole Collet Centre Manager Angela Hartley a.hartley@arts.ac.uk Business Manager Joisie Nicholson j.nicholson@arts.ac.uk
  • 41. GREAT FESTIVAL OF CREATIVITY 20 - 22 May 2014 Istanbul
  • 42. Caroline Till
  • 43. Research in context: Translating Academic Research Innovation for commercial potential Caroline Till, Course Leader MA Material Futures, Central Saint Martins & Director of FranklinTill Studio FranklinTill Studio
  • 44. FranklinTill Studio FranklinTill Studio
  • 45. MA Material Futures: Exploring the intersection of craft, science & technology
  • 46. FranklinTill Studio Naturology by Elaine Ng, Graduate 2010
  • 47. FranklinTill Studio Protocell trainer by Shamees Aden, Graduate 2012
  • 48. FranklinTill Studio Hybrids by Hao Ni Tsai, Graduate 2012
  • 49. FranklinTill Studio Scent-ography by Amy Radcliffe, Graduate 2013
  • 50. FranklinTill Studio Three cities collaborative project between MA Material Futures and Nissan Design Europe
  • 51. FranklinTill Studio: Making trend forecasting and design research tangible FranklinTill Studio
  • 52. FranklinTill Studio
  • 53. FranklinTill Studio Heimtextil trends 2014/2015 by FranklinTill Studio
  • 54. FranklinTill Studio
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  • 68. Find out more: www.materialfutures.com www.franklintill.com c.till@csm.arts.ac.uk caroline@franklintill.com FranklinTill Studio
  • 69. GREAT FESTIVAL OF CREATIVITY 20 - 22 May 2014 Istanbul
  • 70. Dani Salvadori
  • 71. TURNING CREATIVITY INTO INNOVATION Central Saint Martins University of the Arts London
  • 72. In the heart of London but truly international
  • 73. So how do we turn the extraordinary creativity of our staff and students into innovation for our clients?
  • 74. We do the four basic processes of innovation - but not in a straight line Research Analyse SynthesiseImplement
  • 75. We’re open to the world in all its complexity and with all its possibilities We’re open! New ideas New products New processes
  • 76. We enable clients to ask questions of the right people: new thinkers open minds great artists and designers
  • 77. VF wanted to know WHAT’S THE FUTURE OF APPAREL?
  • 78. The Swedish fashion industry wanted to know HOW DO WE IMPROVE OUR ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE?
  • 79. Dr Martens wanted to know HOW DO WE PROMOTE OUR CLASSIC PRODUCT IN A CONTEMPORARY WAY?
  • 80. Tod’s No Code wanted to know HOW DO WE GET A NEW TYPE OF FASHION CONTENT FOR OUR WEBSITE?
  • 81. Anthropologie wanted to know HOW CAN WE GET A NEW FEEL FOR OUR FASHION PRINTS?
  • 82. Chow Tai Fook wanted to know HOW CAN WE BRING A CONTEMPORARY FEEL TO OUR HIGH END JEWELLERY?
  • 83. We wanted to know HOW CAN YOUNG BRANDS BENEFIT FROM UAL’S ACADEMIC EXPERTISE?
  • 84. DANI SALVADORI d.salvadori@csm.arts.ac.uk @csminnovation
  • 85. GREAT FESTIVAL OF CREATIVITY 20 - 22 May 2014 Istanbul