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EXHIBITION: From Nature to Future at Finavia Helsinki Airport 11.1.-31.12.2018

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Where: Finavia Helsinki Airport
When: 11.1.-31.12.2018

Design students from Aalto University took the challenge to imagine a more sustainable future by developing their own biomaterials. Altogether 22 students used renewable raw materials like wood-based cellulose, food waste, feathers and plants. Those materials were collected, foraged and scavenged to inspire novel product ideas for a more hopeful future.

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EXHIBITION: CHEMARTS Summer School at Habitare 17

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Where: Habitare Fair 2017 , Block Area
When: 13. -17.09.2017

Aalto-yliopiston CHEMARTS  yhdistää biomateriaalien tutkimuksen ja muotoilun. Yhteistyön tärkein tavoite on innostaa eri alojen opiskelijat ja tutkijat kehittämään uusia ideoita liittyen selluloosan ja  muiden biomateriaalien hyödyntämiseen. Kesällä 2017 opiskelijoiden materiaaleina olivat mm. pajunkuori, kuusenkuori, sahajauho, maa-aines, järviruoko, nanoselluloosa ja selluloosa-asetaatti. Materiaalikokeiluiden pohjalta opiskelijat kehittivät kestävän kehityksen huomioivia tuoteideoita ja konsepteja.

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Exhibition: CHEMARTS collaboration and DWoC research project participating in NAKUNA at Milan Design Week 4.-9.4.2017

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Milan Design Week 4.-9.4.2017.
Circolo Filologico
Via Clerici 10
Brera, Milan

CHEMARTS collaboration and DWoC research project will be part of the NAKUNA exhibition organized by Aalto University Department of Design.

Designing Biomaterials for the Future

CHEMARTS is a long-term collaboration since 2011 between two Aalto University schools, The School of Chemical Engineering and The School of Arts, Design and Architecture. CHEMARTS courses and other activities focus on biomaterials, especially on wood-based cellulose. The main aim is to inspire future designers and material scientists to work together, and to create new ideas and materials based on sustainability. Read More

Exhibition: New Biomateriality Lab in Enter and Encounter 24.3.–22.10.2017, Designmuseum

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What: The New Biomateriality Lab presents new Finnish biomaterials, mainly based on wood. All materials have been invented and produced in multidisciplinary research projects. The exhibition is coordinated by Aalto University’s CHEMARTS collaboration and participating projects are DWoC, NoMa, Hiilinielu Designstudio and Trash2Cash. The main partners are Aalto University, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Technical University of Tampere, Universities of Applied Sciences in Lahti and Tampere, University of Vaasa and Design Forum Finland, in collaboration with various companies, funded by Tekes and EU. Read More