"Creative Reuse: Products, Practices, People" Talk Event with Reiko Sudo
CREATIVE REUSE: PRODUCT, PRACTICES, PEOPLE
TEXTILE TALK EVENT
WITH REIKO SUDO
Organised in collaboration with Foreign Policy Design
In celebration of MUJI Singapore’s 15th anniversary, renowned Japanese textile designer Reiko Sudo will be presenting a special talk on textiles, design and sustainability this April.
An expert at combining traditional fabrics with cutting-edge technology, Reiko Sudo is a longtime MUJI collaborator who has advised on MUJI’s textiles and upcycling initiatives since 2008. She is also a professor at Tokyo Zokei University and the design director of Tokyo’s seminal NUNO Corporation, an independent studio dedicated to revitalising Japan’s traditional craft centres.
Join us for an afternoon spent exploring how in recent years, thinking more about textiles in relation to the environment has changed the way Reiko Sudo designs and creates textiles. Following Reiko Sudo’s talk on how waste materials have been central to her creative and educational efforts, local designers Elita Ong, Tiffany Loy and Morgan Yeo will be adding to the dialogue by discussing creative reuse in the context of their previous projects and current practices.
Through this textile talk event, MUJI hopes to inspire a creative reuse movement in Singapore, and to offer audience members exciting ideas on repurposing waste materials in thoughtful, imaginative and useful ways. See you there!
Date: Friday, 20 April 2018
Time: 4.00pm – 6.00pm (Registration starts 2.30pm; Door opens at 3.30pm)
Venue: SOTA Drama Theatre
Tickets: $15 each (A 10% discount is available for group purchases of 10 tickets and above. Please get in touch at for further enquiries.)
Attendees will receive a door gift including Muji 15th Anniversary Cotton myBag & $10 Muji Gift Card!
Light refreshments will be provided at end of talk event.
Reiko Sudo (Japanese Textile Designer/MUJI Advisory Board)
Mieko Nagasawa (General Manager, Apparel Division/Planning & Design Creation Office, Ryohin Keikaku Co., Ltd.)
Elita Ong (Interior Architect/Partner, Foreign Policy Design Group)
Tiffany Loy (Textile Designer)
Morgan Yeo (Director, Roger & Sons)
- The event description was updated. Diff#330577 2018-04-13 08:05:34