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InnoMatNet partners invite designers, engineers, new materials experts, innovation stakeholders to two final events which will take place in Budapest (Hungary) and Oslo (Norway) in the coming weeks.

Learn more about these events and join us for the discussion!

The Budapest InnoMatNet workshop will take place on September 17th at the Design Terminal ( This workshop comes at the end of 2 years activity that enabled the InnoMatNet consortium to bring together stakeholders from both the research and design fields; together with them we have discussed strengths and weaknesses of their collaboration and we have presented success stories, best practices, and explored how to enhance and boost tools. It’s now time to take stock of InnoMatNet activities and results, and we want to do so together with practitioners, validating a set of recommendations on how to reduce the gap between the creative design of products that meet the needs of the market, and the research and development of new materials to be used in these products.

 The last InnoMatNet event will take place in Oslo (Norway), on September 25th at DoGA, the Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture.This event will share and discuss architecture and design challenges on its value chain concerning innovative materials and processes. To achieve this goal, InnoMatNet will invite talented actors: designers, architects, researchers, engineers and innovators, to dialog with you in a dynamic process. All together, we will be challenged to map the problematics and ideal practices, and will discuss, share new feasible ideas, tracks that could bring a relevant material innovation into a meaningful scalable design.

Associated project: INNOMATNET
Published on 08-09-2014 00:00 by Chiara Davalli. 2230 page views

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