” […] We are now assembling a very different vision of the objects and spaces we will use in years to come. A stream of technological advances, from increasingly sophisticated sensors, to developments in 3-D printing and other digital production processes, suggest that, as the French poet Paul Valéry put it in 1937, the future is not what it used to be, at least not when it comes to design. […]
[…] The clues as to what it will be like are already apparent in the experiments with digital production technologies conducted by progressive design groups, including […] Do the Mutation in Italy. […] ” – Alice Rawsthorn.
9th September 2013, International Herald Tribune: Collagene featured on Alice Rawsthorn article, “Letting go of the future as it was”. Our best thank you to the author!
Have a look at the full article in the web version of New York Times.