M Y   W O R K

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A digital and physical library contenting interactive textiles from different companies in the textile industry

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Interactive garments for a museum exposition in Barcelona

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I N T E R A C T I V E   T E X T I L E  

L I B R A R Y

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s4Fashion is a European project about haptic fashion for visually impaired individuals

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Seconds Skins focuses on smart textiles that can adapt to our practical and social needs. (Malou Beemer for Refream)

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A breathing textile, made with 3d printing and an electromagnetic coil.

Image by Maude Frédérique Lavoie

A design competition focused on recycling old jeans (material) into a new concept.

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A interactive textile wall piece inspired by design city Milaan

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A mini collection made with digital and traditional fabrication methods

A digital platform and a physical collection of interactive textiles to implement in future design.

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H A N D M A D E

An NDA project about the future of interactive textiles and its applications.

Image by Daen van Beers

M E R C E D E S - B E N Z

A NDA internship at the Color and Trim department centred around the future interiors of Mercedes vehicles.

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B Y - W I R E . N E T

An internship at a fashion technology company

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S H A P E   C H A N G E   F O R  

S E M I - A U T O N O M O U S

V E H I C L E S

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Designing a new type of shopping experience. 

A research project questioning if shape-changing interior could communicate the transition of autonomous to manual driving and vice versa

 

A B O U T   ME

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 Background

Internationally Orientated

I am an expressive designer who has a very social and practical learning style. My challenge is to combine classic features from our past with new and innovative concepts of the present. I try to achieve this by letting different cultures and environments influence me. Having lived with different cultures throughout my childhood I have developed the skill to appreciate different perspectives. This helps me to come to diverse and communicative designs. 

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 Vision

Creating Natural Interfaces

My curiosity and hunger for knowledge is what thrives me most as a person and as a professional. What I love to do most is to translate (new) knowledge into interactive textile experiences, to make the intangible (knowledge) tangible. I see the world and the people in it as a source of knowledge and inspiration which I want to understand and interpret to then use in my design work. This curiosity is not only for knowledge and people but also for skills. An important part of my identity is an artistic approach using mediums such as art and creative literature as inspiration to my work. 

 
C O N T A C T   M E

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