For the Europa building in Brussels
Journalist Diane Daniel visited the TextielLab and wrote an article about it for the New York Times (published on December 6th.).
In 2017 Tanja Kirst did her internship at the product development weaving. Since this summer she may call herself Master of Fine Arts, with specialisation in Textile Design. On top of that, she works at the well known textile manufacturer Kvadrat. We interviewed her recently about her graduation project she developed in the TextielLab.
Creative Industries Fund NL selected the TextielLab of the TextielMuseum to show how cultural grants can contribute to a better and more sustainable world. We are one of the 441 projects of designers and programmes of 79 cultural organisations and festivals that receive grants by the Fund. Amongst the TextielLab the fund also selected projects by artist Jalila Essaïdi, fashion designer Barbara Langendijk and jewelry designer Noon Passama.
Planning a shopping trip to Maasmechelen Village soon? You can explore the magic garden of Studio KRJST until the end of December.
The French car manufacturer Renault has approached Aleksandra Gaca to design interior fabrics for the visionary Renault SYMBIOZ concept car, which was unveiled during the Frankfurt Motor Show last week. SYMBIOZ represents Renault's vision of the mobility for 2030, with an electric, connected and autonomous car that will literally connect to your home.
Paris in one day? Why not? Nowadays travelling to other countries in a short period of time seems to be normal business.
The TextielMuseum has over a century of textile heritage, which [...]
Ursula Wagner, former European Textile Trainee, designed, commissioned by TheGreenEyl and in cooperation with the Textile Lab a huge textile artwork for the renewed museum Grimmwelt in Kassel, Germany.
This film is made by Group DRIE, a collective of [...]