Welcome to hear the latest information from biomaterials and textile material recycling. Trash-2-Cash , T2C-project is an EU funded research project aiming to create newly regenerated fibers from pre-consumer and post-consumer waste. It’s also pioneering a whole new way of developing materials (http://trash2cashproject.eu/).
The second part of the seminar presents the publication Lost in the Wood(s). How could Finnish natural resource, renewable biomaterials -such as cellulose- replace oil-based resources and how could we create new business and service models for society through design and collaboration? This book presents inspiring cases and stories by researchers working with biomaterials. Through these cases, they suggest how a more sustainable future could be achieved.
Time: Tuesday 19th September at 15-18
Location: Designmuseum auditorium, Korkeavuorenkatu 23, Helsinki
Organizers: Aalto University, Professor Kirsi Niinimäki and Designer in Residence Pirjo Kääriäinen, Fashion/Textile FUTURES research group
Agenda: September 15:00-17:00
Kirsi Niinimäki / Professor in Design / Team leader for Fashion/Textile FUTURES / Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture
Presenting T2C project
Emma Östmark / Director Sustainable Textile Fibres / RISE Research Institute of Sweden
Interdisciplinary collaboration for material innovation
Christian Tubito / Project Manager / Research & Innovation Material ConneXion Italy
Waste-free future of fashion industry -the chemistry behind it
Michael Hummel / Staff Scientist / Aalto University School of Chemical Engineering
The need of improvements in textile sorting of garments for textile-to-textile recycling
Helena Wedin / Researcher / RISE Research Institutes of Sweden
"Lost in the Wood(s), a new Biomateriality in Finland" Book launch
Edited by Pirjo Kääriäinen and Liisa Tervinen / Aalto ARTS Books
Visit also New Biomateriality Lab in Enter and Encounter exhibition in Designmuseum Helsinki (Korkeavuorenkatu 23).
New Biomateriality Lab in the Enter and Encounter exhibition presents new Finnish biomaterials, mainly based on wood. All materials have been invented and produced in multidisciplinary research projects in Aalto University.
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