Author Archives: Hellen van Rees

Article in Futures Magazine

Futures is the new magazine by the Designlab of the University of Twente (UT). Hellen van Rees has collaborated with the UT through the Designlab in several projects and presented her work on a number of occasions. To highlight the special position and role of the Designlab and the many interesting projects, they’ve published the […]

Dutch Design Week

The Dutch Desiugn Week (DDW) is a yearly highlight on the calendar, this year is no different, though it’s mostly digital due to COVID-19. Hellen van Rees is present at several locations, with several projects. The results of the Goinng Circular, Going Cellulose project is displayed in a virtual showroom. GCGC is aimed at collaboration […]

Keynote at EuroHaptics Conference

From September 6-9 the EuroHaptics conference will take place in Leiden, The Netherlands. Eurohaptics is a major international conference on haptics and touch enabled computer applications, and the primary European meeting for researchers in this field. Hellen was approached for a keynote talk at this conference. Keynote Title : Textiles as a medium for haptics […]

Exhibit at Museum Oyfo

Slowly we’re getting back to a more normal life, we can eat out, have small parties and museums are also starting to open their doors. While all was closed we’ve been working on an exhibit at the Oyfo Museum in Hengelo based on their textile industry collection. The museum recently re-opened premiering this work! The […]

Wearable Breathing Trainer wins first episode of ‘Briljant!’

The new TV show Briljant! is a search for the most creative and innovative concepts that will make our country greener, more social, cleaner or easier. The first episode premiered on RTL 4. During the show, designer Hellen van Rees presented the wearable breathing trainer for children. She won the episode with her pitch and will […]

Exhibition at BMU Berlin Fashion Week opening event.

As­­­­ part of the upcoming Berlin Fashion Week in January, the Federal Ministry for the Environment is hosting an opening event on how to make fashion of the future more environmentally sound. The Beneficial Design Institute co-organizez it and will exhibit particularly successful examples of innovative, sustainable and well-designed fashion. The aim is to show how attractive, […]