XIV TALLINN DESIGN FESTIVAL
16.09.—22.09.2019  
FUTURE MATERIALS
Fotod
Kataloog 

16.09.2019

16.09.2019
Näitus: FUTURE MATERIALS @ NoBLESSNER
16.09.–22.09.

@ Noblessneri valukoda, Peetri 10, 10411 Tallinn, Estonia

"Future Materials" näituse ametlik avamine 16.09. kell 18.00-20.00
Esineb: Alissa Steiner


Rahvusvaheline näitus “Tuleviku materjalid”

koondab kolme maa, Hollandi, Ungari ja Eesti, uute materjalide põhist ekspositsiooni. Hollandi disainerid, kunstnikud, teadlased ja tootjad võtsid selle teema väljakutsena ning tutvustavad erinevaid materjale ja tooteid, mis on loodud nii looduslikest materjalidest, kui looduslike materjali jääkidest ja kõrvalsaadustest. Igal neist on oma uus esteetika. 

Kuraator: Simone de Waart


Ungari väljapaneku eesmärk on tutvustada kõrgtehnoloogiliste rõivaste, intelligentse rõivadisaini, taimse tooraine, tekstiiliinnovatsioonide ja tulevase moetööstuse kujundajate suundumusi. Uuenduslike tehnoloogiate valik kasvab pidevalt ja selle rakendusala on ilmselt tunginud Ungari disainerite tööriistadesse. 


Kuraator: Fanny Fazekas


Eesti kollektsioon koosneb nii materjalidest kui ka uudistoodetest, kus on kasutatud kohalikke loodussõbralikke materjale, peamiselt biopõhiseid. Näiteks vetikatest tehtud materjale (mitte otseselt ainult vetikaid kasutades, vaid erinevatest liikidest, nt furtsellaraani ja alginaati sünteesides), kasvatatud materjale seene mütseeli kasutades ning bakteriaalse tselluloosi farmi pidades. 


Kuraator: Kärt Ojavee




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Näitus: FUTURE LIFE OF MATERIALS 


Our future is not only about materialized products anymore. What happens to materials while products are used or in their afterlife? Or with those materials that are not perfect and will be left overs at the production factory? A side effect of nowadays manufacturing processes is that not all resources can be used entirely and a lot of waste is created during different stages of the process. In the near future all waste streams needs to be reconsidered and revalued as ‘new’ materials and resources again, to contribute to a circular economy and a sustainable future environment.
Designers have taken this subject matter as a challenge over the last decade, which also has led to new solutions and new aesthetics for products. We are happy to show a selection of designs from the different partners Material Sense is working for and with.
‘What if we change our way of looking at left overs as if we were gold diggers of the Anthropocene era and at the same time create awareness for the urge of consciousness and a
paradigm shift in dealing with systems of raw materials and consumer goods’. This exhibition shows different materials and products from the perspective of designers, artists, entrepreneurs, scientists and industries and even more important; the collaboration between those parties to create new insights and possibilities that strive for new business
models.



The exhibition is curated by Simone de Waart and shows example cases; from the entire process of raw resources, to samples and final products. Some experimental, some already into successful business. In the field of textiles, wearables and interior products.


Curated for Disainiöö Festival 2019 at Tallinn, related to the Future Materials theme and Conference.

17.09.2019

17.09.2019
Näitus: FUTURE MATERIALS @ NoBLESSNER
16.09.–22.09.

@ Noblessneri valukoda, Peetri 10, 10411 Tallinn, Estonia

"Future Materials" näituse ametlik avamine 16.09. kell 18.00-20.00
Esineb: Alissa Steiner


Rahvusvaheline näitus “Tuleviku materjalid”

koondab kolme maa, Hollandi, Ungari ja Eesti, uute materjalide põhist ekspositsiooni. Hollandi disainerid, kunstnikud, teadlased ja tootjad võtsid selle teema väljakutsena ning tutvustavad erinevaid materjale ja tooteid, mis on loodud nii looduslikest materjalidest, kui looduslike materjali jääkidest ja kõrvalsaadustest. Igal neist on oma uus esteetika. 

Kuraator: Simone de Waart


Ungari väljapaneku eesmärk on tutvustada kõrgtehnoloogiliste rõivaste, intelligentse rõivadisaini, taimse tooraine, tekstiiliinnovatsioonide ja tulevase moetööstuse kujundajate suundumusi. Uuenduslike tehnoloogiate valik kasvab pidevalt ja selle rakendusala on ilmselt tunginud Ungari disainerite tööriistadesse. 


Kuraator: Fanny Fazekas


Eesti kollektsioon koosneb nii materjalidest kui ka uudistoodetest, kus on kasutatud kohalikke loodussõbralikke materjale, peamiselt biopõhiseid. Näiteks vetikatest tehtud materjale (mitte otseselt ainult vetikaid kasutades, vaid erinevatest liikidest, nt furtsellaraani ja alginaati sünteesides), kasvatatud materjale seene mütseeli kasutades ning bakteriaalse tselluloosi farmi pidades. 


Kuraator: Kärt Ojavee




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Näitus: FUTURE LIFE OF MATERIALS 


Our future is not only about materialized products anymore. What happens to materials while products are used or in their afterlife? Or with those materials that are not perfect and will be left overs at the production factory? A side effect of nowadays manufacturing processes is that not all resources can be used entirely and a lot of waste is created during different stages of the process. In the near future all waste streams needs to be reconsidered and revalued as ‘new’ materials and resources again, to contribute to a circular economy and a sustainable future environment.
Designers have taken this subject matter as a challenge over the last decade, which also has led to new solutions and new aesthetics for products. We are happy to show a selection of designs from the different partners Material Sense is working for and with.
‘What if we change our way of looking at left overs as if we were gold diggers of the Anthropocene era and at the same time create awareness for the urge of consciousness and a
paradigm shift in dealing with systems of raw materials and consumer goods’. This exhibition shows different materials and products from the perspective of designers, artists, entrepreneurs, scientists and industries and even more important; the collaboration between those parties to create new insights and possibilities that strive for new business
models.



The exhibition is curated by Simone de Waart and shows example cases; from the entire process of raw resources, to samples and final products. Some experimental, some already into successful business. In the field of textiles, wearables and interior products.


Curated for Disainiöö Festival 2019 at Tallinn, related to the Future Materials theme and Conference.

18.09.2019

18.09.2019
Näitus: FUTURE MATERIALS @ NoBLESSNER
16.09.–22.09.

@ Noblessneri valukoda, Peetri 10, 10411 Tallinn, Estonia

"Future Materials" näituse ametlik avamine 16.09. kell 18.00-20.00
Esineb: Alissa Steiner


Rahvusvaheline näitus “Tuleviku materjalid”

koondab kolme maa, Hollandi, Ungari ja Eesti, uute materjalide põhist ekspositsiooni. Hollandi disainerid, kunstnikud, teadlased ja tootjad võtsid selle teema väljakutsena ning tutvustavad erinevaid materjale ja tooteid, mis on loodud nii looduslikest materjalidest, kui looduslike materjali jääkidest ja kõrvalsaadustest. Igal neist on oma uus esteetika. 

Kuraator: Simone de Waart


Ungari väljapaneku eesmärk on tutvustada kõrgtehnoloogiliste rõivaste, intelligentse rõivadisaini, taimse tooraine, tekstiiliinnovatsioonide ja tulevase moetööstuse kujundajate suundumusi. Uuenduslike tehnoloogiate valik kasvab pidevalt ja selle rakendusala on ilmselt tunginud Ungari disainerite tööriistadesse. 


Kuraator: Fanny Fazekas


Eesti kollektsioon koosneb nii materjalidest kui ka uudistoodetest, kus on kasutatud kohalikke loodussõbralikke materjale, peamiselt biopõhiseid. Näiteks vetikatest tehtud materjale (mitte otseselt ainult vetikaid kasutades, vaid erinevatest liikidest, nt furtsellaraani ja alginaati sünteesides), kasvatatud materjale seene mütseeli kasutades ning bakteriaalse tselluloosi farmi pidades. 


Kuraator: Kärt Ojavee




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Näitus: FUTURE LIFE OF MATERIALS 


Our future is not only about materialized products anymore. What happens to materials while products are used or in their afterlife? Or with those materials that are not perfect and will be left overs at the production factory? A side effect of nowadays manufacturing processes is that not all resources can be used entirely and a lot of waste is created during different stages of the process. In the near future all waste streams needs to be reconsidered and revalued as ‘new’ materials and resources again, to contribute to a circular economy and a sustainable future environment.
Designers have taken this subject matter as a challenge over the last decade, which also has led to new solutions and new aesthetics for products. We are happy to show a selection of designs from the different partners Material Sense is working for and with.
‘What if we change our way of looking at left overs as if we were gold diggers of the Anthropocene era and at the same time create awareness for the urge of consciousness and a
paradigm shift in dealing with systems of raw materials and consumer goods’. This exhibition shows different materials and products from the perspective of designers, artists, entrepreneurs, scientists and industries and even more important; the collaboration between those parties to create new insights and possibilities that strive for new business
models.



The exhibition is curated by Simone de Waart and shows example cases; from the entire process of raw resources, to samples and final products. Some experimental, some already into successful business. In the field of textiles, wearables and interior products.


Curated for Disainiöö Festival 2019 at Tallinn, related to the Future Materials theme and Conference.

19.09.2019

19.09.2019
Näitus: FUTURE MATERIALS @ NoBLESSNER
16.09.–22.09.

@ Noblessneri valukoda, Peetri 10, 10411 Tallinn, Estonia

"Future Materials" näituse ametlik avamine 16.09. kell 18.00-20.00
Esineb: Alissa Steiner


Rahvusvaheline näitus “Tuleviku materjalid”

koondab kolme maa, Hollandi, Ungari ja Eesti, uute materjalide põhist ekspositsiooni. Hollandi disainerid, kunstnikud, teadlased ja tootjad võtsid selle teema väljakutsena ning tutvustavad erinevaid materjale ja tooteid, mis on loodud nii looduslikest materjalidest, kui looduslike materjali jääkidest ja kõrvalsaadustest. Igal neist on oma uus esteetika. 

Kuraator: Simone de Waart


Ungari väljapaneku eesmärk on tutvustada kõrgtehnoloogiliste rõivaste, intelligentse rõivadisaini, taimse tooraine, tekstiiliinnovatsioonide ja tulevase moetööstuse kujundajate suundumusi. Uuenduslike tehnoloogiate valik kasvab pidevalt ja selle rakendusala on ilmselt tunginud Ungari disainerite tööriistadesse. 


Kuraator: Fanny Fazekas


Eesti kollektsioon koosneb nii materjalidest kui ka uudistoodetest, kus on kasutatud kohalikke loodussõbralikke materjale, peamiselt biopõhiseid. Näiteks vetikatest tehtud materjale (mitte otseselt ainult vetikaid kasutades, vaid erinevatest liikidest, nt furtsellaraani ja alginaati sünteesides), kasvatatud materjale seene mütseeli kasutades ning bakteriaalse tselluloosi farmi pidades. 


Kuraator: Kärt Ojavee




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Näitus: FUTURE LIFE OF MATERIALS 


Our future is not only about materialized products anymore. What happens to materials while products are used or in their afterlife? Or with those materials that are not perfect and will be left overs at the production factory? A side effect of nowadays manufacturing processes is that not all resources can be used entirely and a lot of waste is created during different stages of the process. In the near future all waste streams needs to be reconsidered and revalued as ‘new’ materials and resources again, to contribute to a circular economy and a sustainable future environment.
Designers have taken this subject matter as a challenge over the last decade, which also has led to new solutions and new aesthetics for products. We are happy to show a selection of designs from the different partners Material Sense is working for and with.
‘What if we change our way of looking at left overs as if we were gold diggers of the Anthropocene era and at the same time create awareness for the urge of consciousness and a
paradigm shift in dealing with systems of raw materials and consumer goods’. This exhibition shows different materials and products from the perspective of designers, artists, entrepreneurs, scientists and industries and even more important; the collaboration between those parties to create new insights and possibilities that strive for new business
models.



The exhibition is curated by Simone de Waart and shows example cases; from the entire process of raw resources, to samples and final products. Some experimental, some already into successful business. In the field of textiles, wearables and interior products.


Curated for Disainiöö Festival 2019 at Tallinn, related to the Future Materials theme and Conference.

20.09.2019

20.09.2019
Näitus: FUTURE MATERIALS @ NoBLESSNER
16.09.–22.09.

@ Noblessneri valukoda, Peetri 10, 10411 Tallinn, Estonia

"Future Materials" näituse ametlik avamine 16.09. kell 18.00-20.00
Esineb: Alissa Steiner


Rahvusvaheline näitus “Tuleviku materjalid”

koondab kolme maa, Hollandi, Ungari ja Eesti, uute materjalide põhist ekspositsiooni. Hollandi disainerid, kunstnikud, teadlased ja tootjad võtsid selle teema väljakutsena ning tutvustavad erinevaid materjale ja tooteid, mis on loodud nii looduslikest materjalidest, kui looduslike materjali jääkidest ja kõrvalsaadustest. Igal neist on oma uus esteetika. 

Kuraator: Simone de Waart


Ungari väljapaneku eesmärk on tutvustada kõrgtehnoloogiliste rõivaste, intelligentse rõivadisaini, taimse tooraine, tekstiiliinnovatsioonide ja tulevase moetööstuse kujundajate suundumusi. Uuenduslike tehnoloogiate valik kasvab pidevalt ja selle rakendusala on ilmselt tunginud Ungari disainerite tööriistadesse. 


Kuraator: Fanny Fazekas


Eesti kollektsioon koosneb nii materjalidest kui ka uudistoodetest, kus on kasutatud kohalikke loodussõbralikke materjale, peamiselt biopõhiseid. Näiteks vetikatest tehtud materjale (mitte otseselt ainult vetikaid kasutades, vaid erinevatest liikidest, nt furtsellaraani ja alginaati sünteesides), kasvatatud materjale seene mütseeli kasutades ning bakteriaalse tselluloosi farmi pidades. 


Kuraator: Kärt Ojavee




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Näitus: FUTURE LIFE OF MATERIALS 


Our future is not only about materialized products anymore. What happens to materials while products are used or in their afterlife? Or with those materials that are not perfect and will be left overs at the production factory? A side effect of nowadays manufacturing processes is that not all resources can be used entirely and a lot of waste is created during different stages of the process. In the near future all waste streams needs to be reconsidered and revalued as ‘new’ materials and resources again, to contribute to a circular economy and a sustainable future environment.
Designers have taken this subject matter as a challenge over the last decade, which also has led to new solutions and new aesthetics for products. We are happy to show a selection of designs from the different partners Material Sense is working for and with.
‘What if we change our way of looking at left overs as if we were gold diggers of the Anthropocene era and at the same time create awareness for the urge of consciousness and a
paradigm shift in dealing with systems of raw materials and consumer goods’. This exhibition shows different materials and products from the perspective of designers, artists, entrepreneurs, scientists and industries and even more important; the collaboration between those parties to create new insights and possibilities that strive for new business
models.



The exhibition is curated by Simone de Waart and shows example cases; from the entire process of raw resources, to samples and final products. Some experimental, some already into successful business. In the field of textiles, wearables and interior products.


Curated for Disainiöö Festival 2019 at Tallinn, related to the Future Materials theme and Conference.

21.09.2019

21.09.2019
Näitus: FUTURE MATERIALS @ NoBLESSNER
16.09.–22.09.

@ Noblessneri valukoda, Peetri 10, 10411 Tallinn, Estonia

"Future Materials" näituse ametlik avamine 16.09. kell 18.00-20.00
Esineb: Alissa Steiner


Rahvusvaheline näitus “Tuleviku materjalid”

koondab kolme maa, Hollandi, Ungari ja Eesti, uute materjalide põhist ekspositsiooni. Hollandi disainerid, kunstnikud, teadlased ja tootjad võtsid selle teema väljakutsena ning tutvustavad erinevaid materjale ja tooteid, mis on loodud nii looduslikest materjalidest, kui looduslike materjali jääkidest ja kõrvalsaadustest. Igal neist on oma uus esteetika. 

Kuraator: Simone de Waart


Ungari väljapaneku eesmärk on tutvustada kõrgtehnoloogiliste rõivaste, intelligentse rõivadisaini, taimse tooraine, tekstiiliinnovatsioonide ja tulevase moetööstuse kujundajate suundumusi. Uuenduslike tehnoloogiate valik kasvab pidevalt ja selle rakendusala on ilmselt tunginud Ungari disainerite tööriistadesse. 


Kuraator: Fanny Fazekas


Eesti kollektsioon koosneb nii materjalidest kui ka uudistoodetest, kus on kasutatud kohalikke loodussõbralikke materjale, peamiselt biopõhiseid. Näiteks vetikatest tehtud materjale (mitte otseselt ainult vetikaid kasutades, vaid erinevatest liikidest, nt furtsellaraani ja alginaati sünteesides), kasvatatud materjale seene mütseeli kasutades ning bakteriaalse tselluloosi farmi pidades. 


Kuraator: Kärt Ojavee




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Näitus: FUTURE LIFE OF MATERIALS 


Our future is not only about materialized products anymore. What happens to materials while products are used or in their afterlife? Or with those materials that are not perfect and will be left overs at the production factory? A side effect of nowadays manufacturing processes is that not all resources can be used entirely and a lot of waste is created during different stages of the process. In the near future all waste streams needs to be reconsidered and revalued as ‘new’ materials and resources again, to contribute to a circular economy and a sustainable future environment.
Designers have taken this subject matter as a challenge over the last decade, which also has led to new solutions and new aesthetics for products. We are happy to show a selection of designs from the different partners Material Sense is working for and with.
‘What if we change our way of looking at left overs as if we were gold diggers of the Anthropocene era and at the same time create awareness for the urge of consciousness and a
paradigm shift in dealing with systems of raw materials and consumer goods’. This exhibition shows different materials and products from the perspective of designers, artists, entrepreneurs, scientists and industries and even more important; the collaboration between those parties to create new insights and possibilities that strive for new business
models.



The exhibition is curated by Simone de Waart and shows example cases; from the entire process of raw resources, to samples and final products. Some experimental, some already into successful business. In the field of textiles, wearables and interior products.


Curated for Disainiöö Festival 2019 at Tallinn, related to the Future Materials theme and Conference.

22.09.2019

22.09.2019
Näitus: FUTURE MATERIALS @ NoBLESSNER
16.09.–22.09.

@ Noblessneri valukoda, Peetri 10, 10411 Tallinn, Estonia

"Future Materials" näituse ametlik avamine 16.09. kell 18.00-20.00
Esineb: Alissa Steiner


Rahvusvaheline näitus “Tuleviku materjalid”

koondab kolme maa, Hollandi, Ungari ja Eesti, uute materjalide põhist ekspositsiooni. Hollandi disainerid, kunstnikud, teadlased ja tootjad võtsid selle teema väljakutsena ning tutvustavad erinevaid materjale ja tooteid, mis on loodud nii looduslikest materjalidest, kui looduslike materjali jääkidest ja kõrvalsaadustest. Igal neist on oma uus esteetika. 

Kuraator: Simone de Waart


Ungari väljapaneku eesmärk on tutvustada kõrgtehnoloogiliste rõivaste, intelligentse rõivadisaini, taimse tooraine, tekstiiliinnovatsioonide ja tulevase moetööstuse kujundajate suundumusi. Uuenduslike tehnoloogiate valik kasvab pidevalt ja selle rakendusala on ilmselt tunginud Ungari disainerite tööriistadesse. 


Kuraator: Fanny Fazekas


Eesti kollektsioon koosneb nii materjalidest kui ka uudistoodetest, kus on kasutatud kohalikke loodussõbralikke materjale, peamiselt biopõhiseid. Näiteks vetikatest tehtud materjale (mitte otseselt ainult vetikaid kasutades, vaid erinevatest liikidest, nt furtsellaraani ja alginaati sünteesides), kasvatatud materjale seene mütseeli kasutades ning bakteriaalse tselluloosi farmi pidades. 


Kuraator: Kärt Ojavee




___


Näitus: FUTURE LIFE OF MATERIALS 


Our future is not only about materialized products anymore. What happens to materials while products are used or in their afterlife? Or with those materials that are not perfect and will be left overs at the production factory? A side effect of nowadays manufacturing processes is that not all resources can be used entirely and a lot of waste is created during different stages of the process. In the near future all waste streams needs to be reconsidered and revalued as ‘new’ materials and resources again, to contribute to a circular economy and a sustainable future environment.
Designers have taken this subject matter as a challenge over the last decade, which also has led to new solutions and new aesthetics for products. We are happy to show a selection of designs from the different partners Material Sense is working for and with.
‘What if we change our way of looking at left overs as if we were gold diggers of the Anthropocene era and at the same time create awareness for the urge of consciousness and a
paradigm shift in dealing with systems of raw materials and consumer goods’. This exhibition shows different materials and products from the perspective of designers, artists, entrepreneurs, scientists and industries and even more important; the collaboration between those parties to create new insights and possibilities that strive for new business
models.



The exhibition is curated by Simone de Waart and shows example cases; from the entire process of raw resources, to samples and final products. Some experimental, some already into successful business. In the field of textiles, wearables and interior products.


Curated for Disainiöö Festival 2019 at Tallinn, related to the Future Materials theme and Conference.