Sustainability in fashion concerns a wide variety of issues that spans from the the use of natural resources starting from the very beginning in the production of materials; to the sustainability of human resources.
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"The State of Design” studio at Istanbul Bilgi University Department of Industrial Design realised in collaboration with FRAME Magazine Academy Program as a part of the 3rd Istanbul Design Biennial.
A dialogue on sustainability in the fashion industry and design education with Burak Cakmak, The Dean of Fashion at Parsons The New School For Design as a part of Fashion Revolution Turkey X istanbul-in-between series by Eda Cakmak.
Barbican’s latest exhibition The Vulgar: Fashion Redefined presents a visually well-curated and thought-provoking stage for visitors to wander around, wonder about and ponder on “the vulgar”.
Arts and Design Collaborations for Cultivating the Fashion Brands’ Experience
Design Museum in London just moved its location from the side of the River Thames to South Kensington. This change started conversations about a number of topics already.
As the product of an ongoing cooperation, LIMINAL was developed by ATÖLYE LABS and interdisciplinary artist and architect, Buşra Tunç.
Our fourth guest is Edouard Sepulchre. He has been working in advertising for years and shifted to photography aiming to try something “falling in between art and documentary”.
Our third guest at Multiple Perspectives is Leigh Merrill. Her work is part of the permanent collections of various public and private collections. She currently lives and works in Dallas, Texas where she is an Assistant Professor of Art at A&M University-Commerce.
Our second guest at Multiple Perspectives series is Pawel Franik. He is a Warsaw based Polish artist who has studied film and photography. He is currently creating series nourished from urban and rural environments combined with human solitude.
Our new series "Multiple Perspectives" examines the relationship between architecture, city and human in the city—through photography. We believe in that the visual reflecting the physical realm is as important and impressive.
Hotels shaped by the new "on-the go" generation
A gothic church and monastery from the 15. century transformed into a design hotel in Maastricht.
Intangible frames of architecture
In the creative sector, we could be role models for communication and sharing.
Hyperreal iterations of everyday objects
I think it’s useless to re-produce the reality. We already know how we can re-make the reality. I try follow another path.
The constant gymnastic of scale
The subject is no longer a statement in the product but more emotional relation with the potential buyer. This is the design of communication.
Ever-changing ways of making films and animations in a phygital world.
I like to use real world objects, made of materials that we know how they feel, how they touch.
Attitude of improving what already exists in the nature
We are not interested in polluting the world with our design.
Re-framing the bubbles
Even though this sounds like a cliche, to me, home is people rather than spaces. I feel more at home when I’m challenged - by people, new places and experiences.
@LAYER / A Design Entrepreneur
If you can't think in business terms, understand what opportunities are beyond and above, it's difficult to give yourself a context.
A Designer's Free Zone: Direct contact with people.
I want to keep it small like a craftsman because I need to be involved in the development of the project. Otherwise, I get frustrated.