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TEXTILE DESIGN FOR DISASSEMBLY
(PhD Research: 2016 - 2020)

The PhD research, "Textiles for Disassembly" (2020) aimed to explore design driven solutions for incorporating ease of recyclability into blends. Using the tools of design for disassembly applied to materials, this research looked at how the current barriers to recycling mixed materials can be removed so as to design waste out of the systems from the very first stages of materials production. This research was funded by the University of the Arts London with additional support from the Cotton Textiles Research Trust.

CURRENT PROJECTS

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REMODELLING FASHION 
(Postdoctoral Research: 2020 - Ongoing)

In a team combining researchers at the Centre for Sustainable Fashion and the University of Cambridge, this project involves students, small and large businesses in the UK to explore future scenario building as a transformative design method for fashion design.

​In a team combining researchers at the Centre for Sustainable Fashion and the University of Cambridge, this project involves students, small and large businesses in the UK to explore future scenario building as a transformative design method for fashion design.

​In a team combining researchers at the Centre for Sustainable Fashion and the University of Cambridge, this project involves students, small and large businesses in the UK to explore future scenario building as a transformative design method for fashion design.

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HEREWEAR
(Postdoctoral Research: 2020 - Ongoing)

In a team involving researchers from the Centre for Circular Design as well as partners from across Europe, this project explores new fibres for bio-based, local and circular design.