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Ko, Sylvia (author)
Each year, 5.9 million tonnes of tea is consumed worldwide. However, this large consumption of tea also leads to large amounts of tea waste. Approximately 90% of steeped tea is being thrown away. This waste leads to problems such as environmental pollution. In order to combat this issue, Tea Clay was previously developed as a material made from...
master thesis 2023
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Zeng, Fanzhe (author)
This graduation project is a part of NEXTSKINS project, within which a novel bacterial cellulose based material encapsulating living bacteria and yeast named Living Therapeutic Skins (LTS) is being developed to sense and treat skin disease such as Atopic Dermatitis(AD). This project serves as a probe in the primitive stage of LTS material...
master thesis 2023
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Chrysikou, Maria (author)
This thesis project is a research and design work created for the master’s diploma in Integrated Product Design, TU Delft, aiming to explore the relationship between woven textiles and product design in the context of interior spaces, through the lens of autonomous activation and motion for better living environment. Textiles can acquire shape...
master thesis 2023
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van Dijken, Max (author)
This graduation report covers the process and outcome of developing and designing novel photovoltaic (PV) products for architectural and design applications. The project aimed to find innovative solutions for seamlessly integrating photovoltaics into architecture and design and thus contribute to sustainable building practices. With a hands-on,...
master thesis 2023
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Buso, A. (author), McQuillan, H.L. (author), Voorwinden, M. (author), Karana, E. (author)
A woven textile-form is a form that is constructed simultaneously as the textile is woven. Interfaces designed with this approach hold undisclosed potential for rich interactions. However, the design of woven textile-form interfaces requires specialised tacit knowledge, which is limited even in craft and practice spaces; and it is therefore...
conference paper 2023
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Ghodrat, S. (author), Sandhir, P. (author), Huisman, G. (author)
Wearable haptic assistive devices can provide tactile information to visually impaired people (VIP) to support independent living. However, electromechanical haptic feedback has a number of disadvantages, including hardware being relatively heavy, large, and producing excessive sound. Here, we present a design-driven investigation of the...
journal article 2023
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McQuillan, H.L. (author), Karana, E. (author)
Technology embeddedness in HCI textiles has great potential for enabling novel interactions and enriched experiences, but unless carefully designed, could inadvertently worsen HCI’s sustainability problem. In an attempt to bridge sustainable debates and practical material-driven scholarship in HCI, we propose Multimorphic Textile-forms (MMTF),...
conference paper 2023
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VARGHESE, ZACHARIAH KIRAN (author)
Recently, the construction industry has been confronted with changing regulations, especially with the advent of sustainability goals and circular economy ambitions. The Dutch government wants to accomplish its ambitious initial objective of using 50% fewer primary resources by 2030. Further, by 2050, the goal is to have a waste-free economy...
master thesis 2022
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Larsen, Kathryn (author)
master thesis 2022
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Martínez Castro, J.F. (author), Buso, A. (author), Wu, J. (author), Karana, E. (author)
Shape-changing textile interfaces have the potential to create unique functions, expressions, and interactions in everyday artifacts. However, the technical expertise required to fabricate and interact with these interfaces limits designers from rapidly iterating through diverse textile expressions. This pictorial presents TEX(alive), a low...
conference paper 2022
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Martínez Castro, Jose (author)
This project explores how 3D printed pneumatic soft actuators can be used to enhance the expressiveness of textiles with alive-like movement. The research begins by studying current literature on shape changing materials and interfaces in order to select the best candidate material to explore during the project. The project then uses a material...
master thesis 2021
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Carrete, Israel (author)
Interwoven refers to material structures made by growing plant roots into man-made patterns. Originally developed as an art piece to demonstrate root intelligence and bring attention to human-nature relations, Interwoven shows the potential to disrupt various commercial industries, especially as textile-based natural fiber reinforcements for...
master thesis 2021
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Sonneveld, Diederik (author)
The potential and development of mycelium based materials has been increasing over the last years. This material is proving to be a green alternative for a variety of commodity materials like plastics, wood, leather, etc because of its ability to upcycle waste streams. A lot of existing research performed is focussed on the environmental factors...
master thesis 2021
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Aarts, Resy (author)
Electrochromic materials exhibit a reversible color change that is triggered by an applied voltage. Controlled color change, low voltage operation and the memory effect are three unique material properties defining electrochromic materials. As a result of an electron transfer or redox reaction, the material is able to switch between its bleached...
master thesis 2021
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Zhou, J. (author), Barati, Bahareh (author), Wu, J. (author), Scherer, Diana (author), Karana, E. (author)
Technological and economic opportunities, alongside the apparent ecological benefits, point to biodesign as a new industrial paradigm for the fabrication of products in the twenty-first century. The presented work studies plant roots as a biodesign material in the fabrication of self-supported 3D structures, where the biologically and...
journal article 2021
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Rodenburg, Nina (author)
Integrating living organisms in design could offer alternative and more sustainable ways of producing and using products. The use of bioluminescent organisms in design is a relatively new and unknown subject. Because of this, interested designers have a lot of homework to do before starting the actual design process. Successfully changing the...
master thesis 2020
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Pekárik, Júlia (author)
This graduation project follows the process of researching, developing and creating a demonstrator for a surface design using the electroluminescent material - EL for short - a sandwich structured composite that emits light when alternating current flows through it. The project kicks-off with an analysis phase where the electroluminescent...
master thesis 2020
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van Tongeren, Edwin (author)
Previous research proved the potential of using mussel shell waste as additive manufacturing (AM) material. In this thesis, mussel shell powder was combined with sodium alginate, since it allows reversible cross-linking. Due to reversible cross-linking, this water-soluble and recyclable material can temporarily be made water-resistant, so it can...
master thesis 2020
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van Dortmont, Tim (author)
Within this graduation project, the qualities and potential of bioluminescent micro-algae will be explored with the use of the Material Driven Design Method, as described by Karana et al.(2015). This project aims to provide designers first insights in the behaviour of the bioluminescent algae by looking at the relation between movement and light...
master thesis 2020
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Ford, Damienmarc (author)
Growing design is an emerging new design approach at the confluence of materials science, biology, arts and design. It challenges current industrial consumption and production because it offers the opportunity to co-create with nature and shift the paradigm of production towards more sustainable solutions. Diana Scherer is an artist exploring...
master thesis 2019
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