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There is a need for design and creative talents for the European textile industry to gain the upper hand in a competitive market. To meet this challenge, The Swedish School of Textiles is taking the lead in introducing a new level of creativity in the field of textile engineering and small to medium textile companies.
- This project aims to pilot the introduction of design in traditional industries as it is an underused and little known skill in non-fashion textile says Razieh Hashemi Sanatgar, coordinator of the project and researcher at the swedish school of textiles
DESTEX is a project where eight different partners together will create an educational programme to promote and cultivate innovative industrial design and creativity. The project will...
For five days, smart textiles, temperature, and artistic freedom were on the agenda.
Her artistic research wants to inspire us to find more sustainable ways to design – and live.
What if the museum shop becomes more important than the exhibition? A new book discusses the marketisation taking place within cultural institutions....
The reusable sanitary pad named Spacerpad is one step closer to production.
Vincent Nierstrasz, professor of Textile Material Technology, has now been named an expert at the World Bank.
About the Swedish School of Textiles
Welcome when Sina Seipels thesis for PhD in Textile Material Technology will be submitted for...
Welcome to Karin Peterson's licentiate seminar in fashion design.
You are welcome to attend virtual seminars on the digital functionalization of textiles! Important...