July 2018
As an athlete and design-driven thinker, I have noticed that there is only a limited offer of smart sportswear, where the function of the piece is not communicated in the visual design. A perfect example of an interface where the internal functions are being visually displayed on the surface is the human skin, which transforms during high effort activities. In horse-riding they prevent horse injuries by using infrared techniques, so why not try it on humans? In the form of our second skin: clothing.

Concept and product: Anne Pater
Thanks to:
Berend Brus
Willem de Kooning Academie
PAC Atletiek Club Rotterdam
Technische Universiteit Delft
Inn10
Nils Stok
Runtoday-Rotterdam
Topfysiotherapie Delta

 

Website: 
Temperskin

Awards:
Nomination for the bachelor Research award Willem de Kooning 2018
Nomination for the hybrid publishing award Willem de Kooning 2018
Nomination for the drempelprijs Willem de Kooning 2018

Interview:
Temperskin

Graduating project:
July 2018
Lifestyle and transformation design
Willem de Kooning Academic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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