IKEA'S VIRTUAL GREENHOUSE PROJECT
ALGAEMY BENCH No.1 is a new piece of furniture which displays the potential of using microalgae as a natural dyeprint for upholstery.
ALGAEMY BENCH NO. 1
The Plant and Algae T Shirt doesn’t start life likeany other piece of clothing. It’s built from pulped eucalyptus and beech from sustainably managed forests and algae grown in bioreactors.
BERLIN COLORS LIVE is a fusion fashion projectthat brings the creative potential of Germany’scapital to Los Angeles Fashion Week.
A creative collaboration by Studio Blond&Biebercurated by Quynh Tran.
BERLIN COLORS LIVE
Rasa Weber on the unexpected role of algaefor our future at TEDxHamburg.
BERLIN COLORS is a fashion fusion project developed for LA Fashion Week. It features microalgae- and blackcurrant-printed and dyed textiles.
For Amsterdam Fashion Week a microalgae-printed outfit was created with fashion designer Hien Le and presented in a site-specific installation.
SLEEP WITH US - DESIGNBLOK
As a commission for the 'FREEDOM' exhibition at designblok'15 Prague a range of sleeping backpacks was produced to offer 'Freedom of Sleep' to the visitors.
SLEEP WITH US
A sleeping-backpack was developed from local wool in a range of natural color hues. The backpack underlines the value of sleep in public in a poetic way.
ALGAEMY TEXTILES is a microalgae-printed textile collection developed from the initial project ALGAEMY.
In collaboration with German fashion brand Trippen a range of microalgae-printed shoes was created as a limited edition.
Algaemy investigates the potential of microalgae in a creative context. An analogue textile-printer produces its own natural pigment. A wide color palette from different shades of blue, green, brown and even red derives from various species of microalgae.
Live printing of ALGAEMY TEXTILES at
DMY Berlin 2014. A movie by Zoya Bassi.
The IKEA Virtual Greenhouse workshop Edition'Printing with Natural Algae', shows the possibilities for screen printing, sharing what colours microalgae can create and how to experiment with algae to make a piece of sustainable upholstery fabric.