Textile appearances in the wider living space. Structuring textiles for interior and exterior use. Living environments from previous historical periods in connection with contemporary lifestyles. Understanding architectural rules and significance. Integration of textiles with interiors and exteriors. Architectural styles and interior design throughout history and today. New products partly or completely made of textiles with an innovative approach to contemporary lifestyle needs and to various textile materials. Creating new forms of use for unique and serial production. Space in the architectural sense of the word and in the wider cultural context. The private and public sphere. Connecting the various fields of design. Ecological approaches and recycling strategy. Unique and mass production. Textile constructions. Smart textiles for interiors and exteriors.
Textile Engineering, Graphic Communication and Textile Design (TGT)
|Marija Jenko (coordinator)
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