PechaKucha Presentation

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Kosuke Tsumura

Fashion Designer and University Professor in Tokyo

Fashion designer Kosuke Tsumura established the urban survival fashion brand “Final Home” which embodies the ideal that “the ultimate home is clothes”. Serving also as professor in the Department of Scenography, Display, and Fashion Design at Musashino Art University, his scholarly understanding of design, art and architecture sets him apart from most. We expect he'll be puzzling us with some of his most imaginative works, while inspiring us at the same time.

第52回装苑賞受賞後の1983年からは三宅デザイン事務所に所属し、主にパリコレクションに関わられました。1994年、常時はもとより非常時にも対応するウエアーFINAL HOMEを開発、最近では生命細胞から着想を得てデザインしたPUZZLE WAREというユニットを使ったワークショップや作品を展開発表されています!


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How 3D-printing Gave Me a Ride2 Fashion Week Amsterdam

@ VOL 23 ON SEP 17, 2014

3D printing is an awesome tool for designers. Rik Theunissen specializes in unique projects. In his PechaKucha talk he presents his design for big pieces of random crystals. They were shown at the well-known Amsterdam Fashion Week.

"Presentation of the Day" on November 20, 2014.

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Starch Foundation 2014-2015

@ VOL 20 ON SEP 10, 2014

Starch Foundation's 2014-2015 team members Ghaith Abi Ghanem, Jad Melki, Timi Hayek and Jo Baaklini tell us about their design experience as part of the foundation's program. Architecture and Fashion design projects unfold in an inspiring combination of concepts, drawings and energetic colors. Who said work's not fun? 

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Fetishizing Fashion Brands

@ VOL 4 ON MAY 18, 2015

"Where do you work?" After making the switch to men's fetishwear brand Nastypig, fashion designer Kevin Jaedon wants people to know that he is NOT a nasty pig! 

Kevin discusses how all brands give off distinct connotations. Whether designed to be high fashion, conservative and work-oriented, or to wear at the International Mister Leather convention, you never know who might actually be the brains behind what you are wearing! 

This was "Presentation of the Day" on Monday, August 11th, 2015. 

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Works from one of the Swedish Fashion Talents 2015

@ VOL 53 ON AUG 18, 2015

Emelie Janrell is a fashion designer who this year was nominated for Swedish Fashion Talents 2015, among 9 other promising fashion designers. Beautiful photos of Emelies work are featured in this Pecha Kucha.

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Snare Drums and the 10,000 Hour Rule

@ VOL 28 ON APR 15, 2016

Yoshiharu Semachi introduced the 10,000 hour rule and his dedication to the snare drum.

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Briggait Creation Centre

@ VOL 30 ON DEC 01, 2016

Alison Fullerton has worked for Wasps for 16 years and has had a key role in all Wasps’ capital projects with hands-on involvement in their concept design through to delivery. In this talk she presents the ideas behind the £5m Briggait Creation Centre, which will build a new home for dance, physical theatre, circus, trapeze and aerial skills in Glasgow.  

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Some Trucs

@ VOL 143 ON JAN 25, 2017

Some Trucs's Tomoe Matsuoka and Doug Johnston crossed paths at the Cranbrook Academy of Art, and have since collaborated in New York while both examining the boundaries of architecture, product design, and art. Their focus has since been one of small-yet-essential everyday wearable objects. 

Presented at PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 143

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From 2D to 3D – the design process of MECA’s Textile and Fashion Design department

@ VOL 30 ON FEB 20, 2015

Paul Lewandowski will present his program's exercises that students work on in class, introducing the audience to a way of thinking about pattern, material, texture, and form.
MECA’s new textile and fashion design program is growing quickly and introducing students to a rare hybrid program of textile and fashion design.  Unique in the US, the TFD program students explore 2D pattern and 3D shape as they create wearable art for the body.  

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Imagine Architecture Through the Use of Design, Light & Photography

@ VOL 26 ON APR 12, 2018

Brian Ansel explores a creative and innovative way of persuading architecture into the viewer’s imagination through the use of design, light, and photography.  Suggesting that through the use of design, light, and photography, anyone can take an everyday ordinary object and turn it into a piece of architecture.