Category: exhebitions

Diffus featured at the Chicago Museum of Science

Chicago, november 13th. the Museum of Science and Industry invites to Fashion Forward, a fund raising evening celebrating innovation and the future of design. Blending science and fashion, the event will feature a one-night-only installation of cutting-edge wearable technology curated from around the world. One of these wearable pieces is our Climare Dress
All proceeds benefit the MSI Annual Fund supporting the Museum’s exhibits and science education programs.
Wearable Technology Designers to be featured:
Athos | Boogio | CuteCircuit | Diffus Design | DisMod | Gabriela Ligenza Hats
Kayla’s Bridal | Ebru Kurbak | Anke Loh in collaboration with Fraunhofer IZM
Lauren Bowker and T H E U N S E E N | Ricardo O’Nascimento
Alison Lewis for Switch Embassy
Host Committee:
Annie Barlow | Heiji Choy Black | Margaret Block | Tracy Clifford | Karen Connell
Amy Creyer | Elissa Efroymson | Lupe Fiasco | April Francis | Jay Franke
Christina Gidwitz | Adnaan Hamid | Nikia Jefferson | Lema Khorshid | Laura Kofoid
Maggie Meiners | Jay Michael | Swathi Narra | Susanna Negovan | Elizabeth Pruett
John Roa | Margie Stineman | Neal Zucker
During the evening, French fashion blogger Garance Doré will be honored with the inaugural Fashion Inspiration Award. Dubbed the “guardian of all style” by the New York Times and credited with pioneering the street style format of fashion coverage.

‘Smart Flexibility’ in Barcelona

Diffus is participating in the exhibition «Smart Flexibility» from 25 June – 16 November
The exhibition is at FAD (Edifici Disseny Hub Barcelona) / Pl. de les Glòries, 37–38
and is organized by Materfad
It is an exhibition that uncovers structures and materials capable of developing sensitivity and adapting their shape to the surroundings. The exhibition brings together projects from all over the world that allow us to imagine the functionalities that can be provided by intelligent, smart structures in any field of application. Perception of climatic, acoustic and light conditions in the surroundings and their adaptation to them; detection of users and the modification of the space in relation to their bodies, movements or even emotions; capturing of wind and solar energy; or the generation of electrical energy are some of the possibilities that these materials and technologies open up for us. On June 26th Materfad is welcoming three of the participants to explain the possibilities that flexible structures and active materials offer us.
We are exhibiting SpacEmotion and our small Samplebook

Eclipse Solar Bag on Hardwired 2.0

Our Solar Bag is featured on the newest episode of Hardwired 2.0 an influential online channel that is part of AOL (America Online). The host of the show iJustine (A.K.A Justine Ezarik) is a one-woman new media phenomenon: Techie, Gamer, Vlogger, and Digital Influencer. She is one of the top personalities on YouTube amassing over 3 million subscribers across her channels, more than 1.5 million Twitter followers and has garnered more than 440 million views on her vides. In the same month Justine was named one of the Hollywood Reports 50 Most powerful digital players as well as one of Maxim Magazine’s Hot 100. A popular brand ambassador, Justine has worked with top brands from Mattel, Nikon, Ford, GE, Doritos, Taco Bell, Samsung, AOL, and Carl’s Jr. and has been featured in numerous magazine and publcations from The Chicago Tribune to Fast Company and Maxim Magazine. In 2012, she was ranked the 6th most influential personality by The Daily Beast’s Digital power index, amongst the rankings of Lady Gaga and YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley.

Kent State Museum presents our work in a new catalogue

A beautiful catalogue is now available for download!
The Kent State Univeristy Museum is exhibiting our Solar Bag “Eclipse“, until August 31th at the Expo “Shifting Paradigm”
( The Exhibition also shows items made by Studio Roosegaarde, Zaha Hadid, Alexandre Mc Queen, Valerie lamontagne, Studio Koya, Cute Circuit, nervous system and more…
From Margarita Benitez and Noël Palomo-Lovinski, the curators: “The innovative subject of the exhibition has potential to shape future ideas of fashion and business. The exhibition seeks to address pioneering applications of technology that will have a radical effect on the future of personal expression, image and clothing.”

SpaceEmotion at MIPIM

SpaceEmotion designed by Diffus Design will be present at MIPIM, the leading real estate event for property professionals, in March 2014. MIPIM, that takes place every year in glamorous Cannes, is celebrating it’s 25th anniversary this year and will be a perfect showcase for our intelligent and modular system that is designed to integrate sound, music and scent into an elegant interior design.
MIPIM (Le marché international des professionnels de l’immobilier) is an international property event held in Cannes, France every year in March – this year March 11-14. It is one of the largest real estate shows worldwide and includes an exhi-bition area, networking events and expert-led conference sessions during 4 days.
MIPIM attracts professionals from a wide range of real estate sectors and facilitates business between designers, architects, investors, corporate end-users, local authorities, hospitality professionals, industrial and logistics players and other real estate professionals.
We have the honour of participating in MIPIM together with rewarded Italian architect Simone Micheli whoes creations are characterised by strong identity and uniqueness, always sustainable and environmentally conscious. The numerous projects he has carried out for local government bodies and major private patrons active in residential and community building have made him one of the main players in the field of architectural design in Europe.
SpaceEmotion will be beautifully integrated in the designs of Simone Micheli within his comprehensive and powerful stand. If you are in Cannes participating at MIPIM we welcome you to join us at Simone Micheli’s stand at level 01 number 02.24/04.23.
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Introducing “SpacEmotion” in Eindhoven-Dutch Design Week.

It is part of Moving Materials, a travelling exhibition showing the newest trends and topics in the state-of-the-art materials and the results of innovative applications and processes. The exhibition has been developed by “Material Sense” for the European project PROUD.
Location: Capital D, Design Innovation Space, Torenallee 22-08, Eindhoven.
From october 2o to 27.

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