Our world is on the verge of transition in almost all its facets. Something decomposes, collapses, gets dismantled, transforms, grows or progresses. Constantly.
What is the influence of design on our society? Reusing wasted matter, more democratic and environmentally friendly methods of production, interaction with heritage and craftsmanship,...
Design is not a one-man-show, not one object, not one solution. Design is challenging the status quo.
If you want to know more about the expo Transitions, please visit this page!
This exhibition is initiated by MAD, Home of Creators and powered by hub.brussels.
Visit the exhibition Transitions from 10.12.2020 to 15.01.2021 at MAD, Home of Creators!
Opening days and hours:
Monday to Friday | 10 a.m. - 6 p.m
Entrance to this expo is free.
MAD, Home of Creators | Place du Nouveau Marché aux Grains 10 - Nieuwe Graanmarkt 10 - 1000 Brussels.
Studio Plastique - Theresa Bastek and Archibald Godts founded Studio Plastique in 2017 in Brussels after graduating from Design Academy Eindhoven. Their work combines imaginative scenarios and critical reflections with in-depth investigations of complex material supply chains and technological infrastructures, thus pushing the boundaries of what design aims to achieve.
Resortecs - Resortecs® intervenes in the traditional processes of the fashion industry by exchanging conventional thread with thread that dissolves. The technology simplifies recycling and resource management. The project has the potential to become an industry standard and be the start of a circular economy.
Open Structures - Thomas Lommée and Christiane Högner are a Belgian-German design duo with a clear political agenda. Their collaboration is one of the driving forces behind OpenStructures, the open modular design methodology founded by Lommée in 2007. OpenStructures exists due to the creative effort of many. More than 300 designers have contributed parts and objects to the growing database so far.
Amandine David - Amandine David is a Brussels based designer and researcher. Her work celebrates sharing as a methodology and opportunity to redefine design processes. Her research is located at the crossroad of traditional crafts and digital practices. It usually takes shape in the creation of tools and material experimentation libraries.
Rotor - Rotor is tackling the mismanagement of resources by developing infrastructures and systems for the re-cycling of construction materials after a building is demolished. Rotor helps transition building materials into a new circular model. An approach receiving wide recognition as an international example of waste management.
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