Spreading cultural awareness through creative outlets is the mission of FIIRI.
Jugād /dʒuːˈɡɑːd/ in colloquial Hindi stands for the flexible approach to problem solving using the limited resources at hand innovatively.
Create a more sustainable everyday life at home and help give your used IKEA items another life.
“A lot of people do think like fast fashion clothes is only supposed to last them for that season of trend, but it’s still material at the end of the day. Like, it’s still can be made into something,”
We’re not trend forecasting. We’re simply telling that story and finding liberation within that restriction.
As they enter our home space, the objects become friends. They want to interact and to be seen outside their own territory. A young interior designer, Carlijn Olde Beverborg takes machines from their own habitat and translates them into the interior as objects in Carwash Collection. The carwash machines have been transformed into friendly interior pieces with a cuddly mixture of soft layers and metal which will be presented during the virtual Dutch Design Week 2020. The Carwash Collection consists of three unique carwash objects, taken into the home from Brush Pouf, Mitter Table, and Machinic Mitter Table which also clean your floor. According to DDW, the collection was born from the designer’s fascination for mechanical creatures the collection consists of three carwash objects that can be experienced outside the mechanical space. The Machinic Mitter Table lingers around the house with its glass top and metal frame floating on thick layers of PET felt. The machinic table has two function as a cleaner and a table on the rest mode, the Mitter Table. And the …
The work we do, experimental research, we might call it design research, we like to call it alchemy and the project called “Algaemy” one.
The pandemic has given us a reason and a chance – to reset, reflect upon, and re-evaluate what’s important to us.
A puffer vest is the one of the best autumn outerwear. A strongest and indestructible puffer vest has now been produced
“Despite coronavirus safety rules, our conceptual tableware retains that important social and cultural dimension of dining -sharing,”
“It’s time to wake up and question how we’ve been doing things,” said the fashion designer Stella McCartney about her Spring Summer season collection of 2021 in an online statement.
Denim is made to live a long life. With each crease, tear and patch, a story emerges.
We believe in co-creating with nature. That is why we fabricate our materials with technology that comes from the nature
We believe that solutions to our most vexing problems can be found in nature – a mission by a venture-backed, idea-driven company, led by world-class talent, and experienced executives from the technology and apparel industries – the mission of Bolt Threads that has produced synthetic spider silk and handbags made from mycelium, the root structure of mushrooms. It was announced this week that, Lululemon, Kering and Stella McCartney will be teaming up with Bolt Threads, to form biomaterials consortium on Mylo™, a material made from renewable mycelium, the branching network of threadlike cells that underpins all fungi. Mylo-made products, from Lululemon, Adidas, and Stella McCartney – will be available in 2021. According to New York Times, the C.E.O. and founder of Bolt Threads, Dan Widmaier said that brokering the Mylo agreement with these industry stalwarts is a major step toward bio-materials becoming a genuine option for mass consumer use. According to Bolt Threads team – the substantial, subtle, and soft touch Mylo has, is unmistakable resemblance of animal leather with less harmful to the environment. …
“I’m practising the Buddha’s teachings, which also align with solving the global environmental crisis,”
Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that may cause illness in humans as well as in animals and masks help stop the COVID-19 virus from spreading.
We share some similar stories and experiences – of disconnection from culture, language and country, and the constant pressures of being an Aboriginal man in this country
“Home can be worn like a garment and a garment can be a home.”
“There is no innovation without sustainability,”
“The true acceptance of diversity. Tolerance and kindness. This is the world I want to tell through my work as a designer,”
“I don’t believe there is global plastics pollution problems – but there is global plastic ignorance problem.
His approach to his craft can best be described as “uncompromising”. And as a tailor who makes only several suits a month with a full perfection on the details for his clients around the world.
“Tradition is something that is passed down through the generations and ties people together.
We need to work out how we can survive by supporting the farmers that we have and move away from our industrialized food system.
“We did a lot of research into the ergonomics of Asian bodies.
By simply being present in the environment, we can reduce the harm we do to our planet.
Their priority is to keep supporting the Bulgarian women who work on the clothes
We all work together, play together, and still go back under the same roof and dinner table every day.
A collaboration between American streetwear brand and the Japanese avant-garde designer
We need to realise that we are the same people, with a common history, on the same island.