Designs for a Cooler Planet is a five-week-long festival celebrating experiments in planet-friendly materials, fashion, and food.
The Design Futures course introduces Aalto University students to the various ways in which design and futures ﬁelds intersect. This exhibition introduces experiential futures of lifestyle 1.5 through objects, artifacts and video.
Showcases prototypes of sustainability solutions through entrepreneurship developed by the students of the Aalto Ventures Programme Spring 2022.
This video installation and the related mapping workshops ask us to reflect on how our everyday urban environments and circumstances might affect the wider adoption of 1.5 degree lifestyles, or more specifically, of sustainable diets.
Showcased in this exhibition, Aalto University visual communication design students present collaborations with NBW Finland to develop and design user-centered visual packaging and branding concepts for still water.
This exhibition presents the concepts developed by students of the Design Approaches to Sustainable Consumption course.
This exhibition showcases a new method to produce textiles from cellulose-rich raw material without the use of toxic chemicals or expensive solvents.
In The Aalto University Junior’s project, textile waste is turned into a collective art piece representing the importance of the meadows.
Experience how biofibre-based acoustic panels clear the sound environment. The carbon-negative acoustic panels developed by our research team increase comfort in any space by reducing disturbing sounds.
The Interplay of Cultures 2022 studio is a masters level course at the School of Arts, Design and Architecture, Department of Architecture. This year the studio explored Sámi cultures and their way of relating to our material reality.
This exhibition showcases several ways in which different materials can be used sustainably as new building blocks.
M.Sc.(Tech.) Emmi-Maria Nuutinen will defend the doctoral thesis "Keratin building blocks from feathers for material applications" on 7 October 2022 at 12 in Aalto University School of Chemical Engineering.
The title of the doctoral thesis is: "The impact of natural floodplain vegetation on flow resistance and fine sediment transport"