NII Trendspots maart 2019 #119

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Het is zover, lente en dus de ideale tijd voor ontluikende ideeën!

Deze week:

  • Case study van Velux over Daylight en Wellbeing
  • Faith Popcorn. Mood Modulation: Why The Future Will Be All Good Moods
  • Renaissance van afval, fotografie van Suzanne Jongmans
  • In-betweenness Knitwear by Goran Sidjimovski

Case study van Velux over Daylight en Wellbeing

Velux deed onderzoek naar de impact van daglicht op ons gevoel, jij kunt het nu ook lezen.
By exploring three different perspectives – Comfort Economy, Healthy Building, and Living Measurements – this booklet explores how comfort in buildings can be defined, integrated, monitored and improved for the benefit of human well-being and environmental sustainability.

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Faith Popcorn. Mood Modulation: Why The Future Will Be All Good Moods

Beroemd forecaster Popcorn geeft aan dat in een moeilijke tijd een lach helpt!
How will we keep our heads on straight and our spirits from tanking? We have some answers. Soon, a good mood will be ever available, a basic right of daily life. You will glide through your world with a great big grin on your face (or a smaller one, should that be your preference).

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Renaissance van afval, fotografie van Suzanne Jongmans

Prachtige fotografie en als je goed kijkt herken je de materialen.
Suzanne Jongmans is a Dutch interdisciplinary artist experimenting with fashion and photography. Her renaissance costumes were designed with the use of various packaging materials, offering a new perspective on recycling. Reminiscent of the paintings of Dutch masters, Jongmans’ portraits combine meticulous execution with a strong art statement – on the future of our planet.

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In-betweenness Knitwear by Goran Sidjimovski

Boeiend breiwerk met mooie structuren van Goran Sidjimovski.
The Berlin-based knitwear designer creates amazing silhouettes by experimenting with structures and yarns. The visual and especially tactical quality of the surface are astonishing. The collection and it’s the silhouettes are not only timeless but also genderless, as Sidjimovski’s work does not have a fixed Identity. The textiles and it’s deep colours give a luxurious atmosphere and sometimes even a retro vibe through its contours

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