The clothes of the future may be highly fleeting. Not because they are passed on to someone else after use or recycled. They dissolve and are quite simply returned to the ecosystem.
Erik Lindvall runs the design company Guringo Design Studio and participated in our design hackathon Big Do at the end of August. He manufactures garments that last only 48 hours using a 3D printer.
The construction can be likened to a leaf and the idea of the garment’s ownership like listening to music via a streaming service.