In collaboration with Textile and Fashion Federation of Singapore, TAFF (the cocoon space @ Design Orchard), Assistant Prof Kenneth Tracy and his team have used TENCEL™ branded fibers by Lenzing and were colored using Matex’s award winning Megafix® dyes, Megafix® ECO, and MegaPro® ECO Sustainable Colors to showcase the combination of new textile design technologies.
The stainless steel AIRTable, a design collaboration by SUTD AIRLab and DManD Centre
AIRTable proposes a daring expression for the familiar table type and, as an illustration of an adaptable furniture system, it unlocks the possibility of other furniture designs based on the same system.
The execution of this ambitious concept required a meticulous structural design and its concealed connection details to achieve a simple and elegant appearance with high performance.
2021 June & July Wednesday Seminar Series on Sustainability and Circular Economy
Title | Living Forms: Cultivating Building Materials For Sustainable Urban Development
Speaker | Christine Yogiaman, Assistant Professor, Architecture and Sustainable Design, SUTD.
Mycelium composites are being named a promising bio-fabricated material that is in line with a Cradle-to-Cradle approach and present environmental […]
From 2 June to 28 July, every Wednesday, you are cordially invited to 2021 June & July Wednesday Seminar Series on Sustainability and Circular Economy!
A Better World by Design is our motto in Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) that is reflected in our […]
Title| The Metabolism of the Economies: From National to Urban Systems
Speaker| Paulo Ferrao, Professor, Instituto Superior Tecnico, University of Lisbon, Portugal.
Socio-economic metabolism dynamics are relevant to identify (un)sustainable development pathways in different economies, by quantifying changes in added value and material […]
Title| Embodied Carbon in the Built Environment: Design-based and Data-driven Approaches
Speaker| Michael Budig, Assistant Professor, Architecture and Sustainable Design, Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD).
Decarbonisation is one of the pressing challenges in the built environment as the unprecedented growth of cities, […]
PhysicsWorld published an article on a liquid metal antenna that matches extreme curvature and deformation of moving organs. This research was led by Associate Prof Michinao Hashimoto.
Original link: https://physicsworld.com/a/liquid-metal-antenna-matches-extreme-curvature-and-deformation-of-moving-organs/
The liquid metal antenna attached to an ex vivo porcine heart. (Courtesy: […]
Creativ-Space magazine did a write-up on new sustainable materials used by furniture designers and featured work done by Assistant Prof Carlos Bañón and the AIRLAB.
Original Link: https://creativ-space.com/living-in-a-material-world/
Furniture designers are often inspired by new materials, which enable new possibilities in creating […]
Phys.org reported on a new research breakthrough in 3D printed soft robotics with the largest range of polymer hybrids. This work was led by Assistant Prof Pablo Valdivia y Alvarado. Original link: https://phys.org/news/2021-04-ground-3d-soft-robotics-largest.html
(a) Illustration of the structural design. (b) Direct-ink-writing of […]
Associate Prof Soh Gim Song and team have been working with 3D MetalForge to co-developed the H-WAAM printer, which can print faster, and larger metal parts. Read the news by Small Caps on this translation at 3D Metalforge commissions new high performance metal […]
Channel 8 Hello Singapore Programme did a spotlight on 3D printed homes and featured interviews with Assistant Prof Carlos Bañón and ASD PhD student Chiu Po Heng. Part of the demo was done in DManD Research Studio.
Phys.org featured research on a unique method to fabricate freeform structures of thermoplastics in microparticulate gels. This article included quotes from principal investigator Associate Prof Michinao Hashimoto and lead author, DManD postdoctoral research fellow, Dr Rahul Karyappa.
A polymer ink is […]
DManD SYMPOSIUM 2020 with Industry Forum co-hosted by NAMIC@SUTD