What Else Can Your Clothing Do for You
Pailes-Friedman shares her experience working with a diverse array of clients— from NASA to the Brooklyn Ballet.
WoW Woman in Fashion Tech – Rebeccah Pailes-Friedman
Rebeccah Pailes-Friedman is an expert in designing wearable technology, functional apparel and soft goods with smart textiles.
Las telas (también) se vuelven inteligentes
Platicamos con la especialista Rebeccah Pailes-Friedman, fundadora de Interwoven Design Group, una consultoría en Nueva York enfocada en la investigación de diseño y análisis sobre textiles inteligent
SEArch+ Claims FIRST place in Design Level NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge
The 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge is a competition to create sustainable shelters suitable for the Moon and Mars using in-situ resources. SEArch+ places first among top 3 teams in the final phase.
NASA Awards Five Teams $100,000 in 3D-Printed Habitat Competition
New York–based Space Exploration Architecture (SEArch+), which Pailes-Friedman is part of, was awarded the fourth place for their X-House proposal, a dual-shell housing module inspired by Alvar Aalto.
Smart Textiles and the Future of Sustainable Fashion
Are smart textiles sustainable? “Sometimes when people think of smart textiles, they only think of electronic textiles,” Interwoven Design Group founder and panelist Rebeccah Pailes-Friedman said.
The Future Is Knit: Why the Ancient Art of Knitting Is High-Tech Again
Rebeccah Pailes-Friedman, founder of Interwoven, explains the future of knitting and why it has been a focus for e-textile makers.
Spacesuits and Smart Fabrics
Pailes-Friedman discusses specializing in wearable tech and smart textiles, how she loves fabric and worked for years with athletes and their clothing, looking at clothing as a tool for athletics.
Here’s What NASA Thinks Mars Houses Could Look Like
NASA has selected five winners in an ongoing contest it has been running to get smart ideas about how to build a 3d-printed habitat on Mars. Mars X-House, designed by SEArch+ team, is one of them.
Brooklyn Ballet’s Nutcracker Features Costumes by Professor Rebeccah Pailes
Rebeccah Pailes-Friedman has designed a number of high-tech costumes for the Brooklyn Ballet’s production of The Brooklyn Nutcracker at the Brooklyn Museum.
Pailes-Friedman collaborated with the TEK-TILES 2017 project focused on developing ideas for embedding and manufacturing technology into apparel and textiles.
A Sneak Peek of the Brooklyn Ballet’s ‘Nutcracker’ at the Brooklyn Museum
The Village Voice spent an afternoon with the Brooklyn Ballet at the Brooklyn Museum. The company will perform The Nutcracker at the museum, showcasing their ballet, hip-hop, and world dance chops.