International Society for Industrial Ecology

How fashionable is industrial ecology?

15 Apr 2014 1:41 AM | Anonymous
Once a year, selected master’s degree students from some of the world’s leading design schools – namely NSCAD University, Halifax, Canada; Designskolen, Kolding, Denmark; London College of Fashion; Parsons Paris – gather at Pforzheim University’s School of Design for an intensive one-week Young European Talents (YET) Workshop (Canada is not exactly Europe, though). The fifth YET workshop in November 2013 was titled “from no.where to now.here” and transformed rejected goods and leftovers into creative new products and fashion items in particular. Moreover, intermedial design experts developed virtual platform prototypes to bundle rejected and wasted material within a region to offer it to designers. A detailed description of the workshop can be found here.

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