From Sept 9th – 11th 2020, the 10 awarded artists of the first round of Re-FREAM (https://www.re-fream.eu/) and their co-creation teams give you insights in their 9 months co-creation experiences, showcasing live making-ofs of their prototype processes and sneak peeks in the labs. They show their final outcomes and explain the potential of their projects to contribute to a more responsible future of fashion.
Join this session to hear more about Jef Montes (NL) and his Re-FREAM project Marinero.
Inspired by the contrast of the sea and plastic pollution, Marinero is the first project of Studio Adaptive Skins. The focus of Marinero is to create an architectural blueprint that transforms organically over the course of time due to different meteorological conditions.
Project Credits / Acknowledgements
Project team Marinero: Agnes Psikuta (Empa), Jaime González (AITEX), Jürgen Leßlhumer and Konrad Wipplinger (Wood KPlus), Guillaume Clément (Haratech), Judith Peskens and Damien Semerdjian (TextileLab), Bart Nijboer (Artist)