At the forthcoming Salone del Mobile, Domus will host and exhibition looking at what is to come in the future of design, involving events and live performances in Palazzo Clerici, right in the heart of Milan. Openwear will be part of the event with a workshop focused on lasercutting felt for fashion accessories using Fold Slippers pattern. Read the details and subscribe (workshop will be in italian). The exhibition is a showcase of the latest and most interesting projects on fabbing and digital manufacturing: from the visionary Solar Sinter by Markus Kayser, to the furniture line Endless by Dirk Vander Kooij. One of the rooms is dedicated to “the best of Arduino” with a selection of the best project based on the made-in-italy microcontroller. For the whole week, FabLab Torino together with Vectorealism and Kent’s Strapper are going to produce the objects of Autoprogettazione 2.0 contest. Everyday there will be a free workshop: check them out!
While we are organizing the second edition of Wefab (date is still to be defined) we accepted the invitation of Phyco Lab to take part with two workshops to their two-day jam session on Physical Computing during Innovation Festival on the weekend of 12th and 13th of November 2011 in Milan. Once again Openwear collaborates with Vectorealism for an event dedicated to introduce creatives and designers to Open Design and Digital Fabrication. On saturday the workshop is all about lasercut fashion accessories. On sunday we’ll focus on the first steps to 3d printing with open-source tools. It’s not all about theory: you’ll be able to use directly a Makerbot 3d printer and a professional laser cut. If you are interested book your ticket here or at the bottom of this page (max. 20 participants each) Event registration for Jam Session – Makers Workshops powered by Eventbrite