Tree Bark

Beetle-infestation of Spruce, Feldbuch I Frankonia. Image: Pelin Asa, MPI-CI, MoA

Symbiotic Futures 1.0
Save the Date for Interdisciplinary Workshop at Berlinische Galerie

Copyright: Sistemas Materiales

Pioneering Publication on Biomaterials Launched in Buenos Aires

Charlett Wenig, Bark Sphere, 2021. Copyright: Alexander Magerl

Materialzukünfte besuchen
Matters of Activity und CollActive Materials starten Kooperation mit Futurium Lab

»The Bark Project«, Charlett Wenig. Copyright: Patrick Walter, MPIKG

Tiburtius-Preis für Charlett Wenig
Landeskonferenz der Rektor:innen und Präsident:innen der Berliner Hochschulen (LKRP) ehrt Nachwuchswissenschaftler:innen mit Tiburtius-Preisen

Syntopia. Copyright: Jihae Lee, weißensee school of art and design berlin

Syntopia - Harvesting the Forest
Final Review of MoA Design Research Studio

Bark by Johanna Hehemeyer-Cürten and Willow Plektonik by »Structural Textile Project« of Natalija Miodragović, Nelli Singer and Daniel Suárez. Copyright: Johanna Hehemeyer-Cürten

An Exploration of Bark, Willow and Wool
Conversation on Local Biomaterials as Design Innovators between Natalija Miodragović, Dr. Michaela Eder and Johanna Hehemeyer-Cürten

Copyright: Mina Mahouti

Activating Circular Networks
New Cluster Event Series Critically Explores Material Sustainability Concepts

»The Bark Project«, Charlett Wenig. Copyright: Patrick Walter, MPIKG

Charlett Wenig Speaks at Interdisciplinary Conference

Schematic representation of the pressing process, right: ready pressed bark panels. Copyright: cc-by 4.0 PLOS ONE

Rethinking a Waste Product of the Timber Processing Industry
Adhesive-free Bark Panels

Round Table »Rinde: Gestaltung mit Resten«. Design: studioeins, adapted by Matters of Activity

Round Table »Rinde: Gestaltung mit Resten«
On January 26 at Kunstgewerbemuseum

Poster Material Legacies. Image: Dietrich Polenz and the Experimental Surgery Lab, 2020

Design Lab #13: Material Legacies
Exhibition at Kunstgewerbemuseum

Poster PhD presentations 2022. Layout: Ada Favaron

Scaling Matters: From the Lab to the Field
Doctoral Presentations at the MoA Retreat 2022
Advanced Materials Design Based on Waste Wood and Bark
New Paper by Members of »Weaving« published in »Philosophical Transactions A«

»The Bark Project«, Charlett Wenig. Copyright: Patrick Walter, MPIKG

New Research Group »Adaptive Fibrous Materials«
Members Charlett Wenig and Johanna Hehemeyer-Cürten Were Awarded 2nd Place at Idea Competition of »Die Junge Akademie« for »The Bark Project«

Left: The Bark Sphere, Charlett Wenig with Johanna Hehemeyer-Cürten I MPI-CI and Alexander Magerl, 2021
Middle: The Bark Project Flexibilized, Charlett Wenig with Johanna Hehemeyer-Cürten I MPI-CI and Patrick Walter
Right: Charles Eisen’s allegorical engraving of the first hut (= Vitruvian hut). Frontispiece in: Marc Antoine Laugier, Essai sur l’architecture, Paris: Chez Duchesne […], 2. edition, 1755. ETH-Bibliothek Zürich, Rar 1254, / Public Domain Mark

Syntopic Architectures

Open Space Event, 9 November 2023. Copyright: Matters of Activity

MoA's Showroom and Workspace
Revaluating Pine Bark