Apollonial for Bridges 2022 with LAURENTIUS LAB

A circle is one of the most symmetric shapes we know. More than 200 years ago, Apollonius of Perga explored configurations of “kissing circles”. In between three kissing circles there is a fourth, which fits perfectly. And ten another, and yet another, the process simply does not stop.

Here the link to the Bridges website to learn more. Or a direct link to the paper download:


We belive that fashion should be innovative. We innovate not only by the mathematical beauty of motifs and patterns, but also by textile innovation and new forms of cooperation. In the collection exhibited here we use for example sublimation printing, laser cutting, laser engraving, and computer embroidery to construct the garments. Joint work by Loe Feijs and Marina Toeters.

LAURENTIUS LAB at Fashion Tech Farm

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