Yearbook TexteilLab 2013 at Salone del Mobile Milan
On Monday April 7, the Dutch Minister of Education, Culture and Science will receive the first copy of the Yearbook TextielLab 2013 from TextielMuseum Director Errol van de Werdt at the prestigious Salone Del Mobile in Ventura Lambrate, Milan.
Afterwards Minister Bussemaker will pay a visit to the presentation Glithero – Made to Measure. The project is a unique collaboration between the TextielMuseum and the Zuiderzee Museum and is featured in the new yearbook. The yearbook gives a clear picture of the many possibilities of the TextielLab, showcasing the most prominent projects of the past year. Moreover, a wide selection of photographs visualises the process from design to finished product. Read about recent work by: Studio Job, Raw Color, Makkink & Bey, Studio Marcel Wanders, Kustaa Saksi, Dienke Dekker, Minale Maeda, Winde Rienstra and many others.
The TextielMuseum is a working museum set in a former textile factory. It stages inspiring exhibitions in design and art while also offering tailored educational programmes. Located on site, the TextielLab is a unique knowledge centre that is both a highly specialised workshop for producing experimental knits and woven fabrics, as well as an open atelier embracing innovation. National and international designers, architects, artists and students are coached by product developers and technical experts to discover the endless opportunities in the field, from yarns, to computerised techniques and handicrafts.
yarns, to computerised techniques and handicrafts. The extensive library, museum collection and exhibitions are an excellent research and inspiration resource for visitors as well as clients of the TextielLab.
On sale for € 16 in the TextielShop of the TextielMuseum from April 8. Authors: Annemarie Hoeve, Hebe Verstappen and Cecily Layzell. Language: English. Graphic design: Raw Color. Printing: Gianotten Printed Media. Binding: Binderij Hexspoor. The elastic cord for the insert was knitted in the TextielLab and produced in various versions. ISBN 978-90-70962-55-5