The purpose of HILO Spinning Maschine is to challenge the process of textiles production, in a way that the production become more efficient, personalized and sustainable. It allows designers to determinate the entire manufacturing process: first choosing the fiber, then transfern the patern during the spinning in to the yarn and finally with the textile construction.
HILO bring us a new approach to conceve and manufacture textiles. The process of designing the textiles begins wiht the spinning of the yarn, where the patern definnes the ist thikness. The result are textiles with unique and unthinkable caracteristics, until now. Hilanderia is a singular tool that brings innovation to the textile design.
Map No. 28
Toegankelijk voor mindervaliden, Toiletten, Kidsproof
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Curator: Sara Diaz Rodriguez
Tentoonstellingsontwerp: Sara Diaz Rodriguez
Grafische vormgeving: Jonas Enqvist
Teksten: Sara Diaz Rodriguez
Fotografie: Sara Diaz Rodriguez
Film: David Gauffin
Dank aan: Design Farm Berlin
Organized by Studio HILO
Sara Diaz Rodriguez is a textile designer awarded by the Design Farm Berlin. Her work focuses in the relationship between traditional textile techniques and new technologies. In her project she develops a new technology applied at manufacture textile.
She completed a Bachelor and Masters degree in Textil and Surface Design at the Berlin Weissensee School of Arts. During the Bachelor she spends one semester at the Textil School Borås, Sweden. Sara is currently a part of the e-Textile research group at the Design Research Lab at the University of Arts Berlin.