We’ve enjoyed designing and delivering pioneering creative collaborations with the V&A since 2010.
We specialize in teaching the most empowering digital textiles craft tools for each project in hand at the V&A in London and all international venues.
In this photo, you can see the contemporary designs inspired by the 1920s Ocean Liner exhibition at the V&A Museum in Kensington. All the participants were beginners in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator and after two days they were well-equipped to start designing their own silk scarf collections for fashion and enterprise.
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We’re proud to work with the most progressive thinkers, activists and Climate Action platforms in the world.
By sharing knowledge and exchanging insights on the sustainable materials family and Theories of Happiness, we’re privileged to work with some of the most exciting climate activist platforms in the world today.
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The best thing about designing the future is watching it materialize before our eyes with our team at the forefront. Be the change is a tenet that comes to life with our work.
All our projects and investments have sustainability built into their core. This means they flourish and soar into wonderful revitalizing, important cultural projects.
We’ve been designing the future for ten years.
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Our community thrives on developing research and insights into sustainable textiles. Why pay exorbitant commercial and educational fees when you can join us at Textiles Hub London to develop your vision?
All our projects and investments have sustainability built into their core. This means they flourish and soar into wonderful, revitalizing, cultural projects and resilient, international enterprises.
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We’re proud to be part of a long textiles history that draws a direct line to British mathematician Ada Lovelace.
By working with exceptional curators at the National Museum of Computing, we enhance the understanding of mathematical systems and their crossovers with textiles and international design practices.
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