buy Finpecia 1mg no prescription Natural feet are back in fashion ‘Future Footwear Foundation’ develops alternative ways to make footwear that is sustainable for environment and body. Shoes usually do not reflect the natural shape of your foot. Our five toes do not converge to a point in front as one would expect from the shape of many shoes. They rather spread out fanlike, with the big toe standing out. The interactive presentation will show you your own gait process

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see Research at the convergence of indigenous craftsmanship and modern technology. Catherine Willems (ontwerper/designer) Dries Vandecruys (producent/producteut/producer) KASK / RSPrint / Materialising / Vivobarefoot / Toehold (NL) Future Footwear 2.0 onderzoekt een platte schoen die blootvoets stappen benadert door materiaalgebruik en biomechanisch onderzoek. Er is een sensor ontwikkeld die je voet scant en dan een schoen print die perfect past. Het concept vertaalt de traditionele ambachtelijke schoen van de Zuid-Indische Kolhapuri gemeenschap in een innovatief product.

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see 8th Triennial for Design. www.designmuseumgent.be/en/events/hands-on-design The chemistry between the maker, the designer and the company ‘Hands on Design’ showcases design that is inspired and produced thanks to the innovative power of traditional methods and craftsmanship. Discover that chemistry this autumn in Design museum Gent. From 19 November 2016 until 5 March 2017, ‘Hands on Design’ will show a superb selection of contemporary and historic design products, which are perfect examples of outstanding craftsmanship and the

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  Expo: ‘The Re-birth of Footwear’ visualizes sandals, shoes, and boots inspired by four indigenous types of footwear using different levels of production. The exhibition is part of Future Footwear, an artistic and academic PhD research project that integrates three disciplines – design, anthropology, and biomechanics. 'Future Footwear' offers reflections on what it means to create footwear that is sustainable for the body and for the environment. It explores if indigenous footwear could serve as

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  Conflict & Design offers an investigation into the social relevance of design. It asks pertinent questions relating to its impact, its role and responsibility within society. Presenting a diverse range of concepts, projects, objects, processes and new developments within the contemporary design sector, such as user-centered, social, participation, process, sustainable and ethical design, to explore themes and provide new understanding. 7th Design Triennial – Conflict and Design, C-Mine Genk, 14-Dec-2013 →

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