Life Cycle Clothing

Life Cycle Clothing

15 maart 2017 16:18

Natascha van der Velden wrote ‘Making fashion sustainable – the role of designers’. This dissertation triggered Bauke Steenhuisen to write the following sonnet.

Fashion and sustainability are worlds apart. With pride we wear a suit close to our heart, whereas it will pollute the earth, this exploitative industry. Fashion, stand for your identity and change, in order for the world to stay as lovely and enchanting as it may. Designers, bear responsibility. Are you sceptic still and think: who cares… if clothes are knit or weaved and glued or sewed? Well then this news will catch you unawares: Life cycle studies (LCA) have showed to knit or weave ...

​The Ganges and the Bramaputra

16 februari 2017 14:15 Chosing 'a 2-D depth average numerical model using the software package Delft3D' R. Vila Santamaria made a computersimulation of the streams of Bangladesh so that dry fall of off-takes and thus problematic droughts can be ...


10 januari 2017 14:53 In 'Traffic Safety of Kerbs' onderzocht Bas Janssen de invloed van verschillende soorten randen tussen fietspad en voetpad op het gedrag van fietsers. Een belangrijke aanleiding daarvoor is het hoge aantal ongelukken dat juist ...


01 december 2016 09:25 Graduate student Olaf van Campenhout explored the mechanisms behind the known beneficial effect of dimples in a surface for aerodynamics and liquid dynamics. He used two state-of-the-art techniques, Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) and ...

O, TU Delft Best Graduate 2016

16 november 2016 15:18 Bauke Steenhuisen and Jeroen Manders created a special sonnet about all the nominees of the Best Graduate Award 2016.

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  • Poetic Engineering

    Poetic Engineering

    Bauke Steenhuisen (universiteit docent bij de faculteit TBM) en Jeroen Manders (zanger, acteur, tekstschrijver, componist en voormalig IO student) verdichten elke twee weken een Delftse afstudeerscriptie of proefschrift tot een sonnet. Illustraties worden verzorgd door Ella Nitters (Foto: Sam Rentmeester)