fibre-fixed: composites in design

Fibre-Fixed: Composites in Design – the book, is the perfect informative accompaniment to the namesake exhibition envisions curated at Design Museum Gent. Written by Ignaas Verpoest and Lut Pil and created in collaboration with envisionaires and graphic design duo Team Thursday, the book interprets the exhibition in detail and includes all you need to know about the role of composite materials in the design industry.


recycled plastics in process – part 4

A limited edition process book which documents the new > recycled plastics in process < collection. Born from a collaboration between envisions and the plastics recycling company ECO-Oh!, the collection is the interesting result of nine envisionaires searching for the hidden potential within a mat produced by ECO-Oh! which is made of complex, hard to recycle plastics.


products in process – part 1

After the succes of their debut exhibition, > products in process – part 1 <, envisions present their first book under the same title. In this book you can find all the samples that were made exclusively for envisions, with information about the initial, nine individual designers and their researches.


products in process – part 2

Only half a year after their debut exhibition, envisions put > products in process – part 2 <on show — a continuation and progression of products in process – part 1. This book is a detailed, visual documentation of the researches made by all the designers.


wood in process – part 3

envisions approached the Spanish wood manufacturer Finsa for an experimental collaboration between designer and industry. This book serves as a witness to the happenings of this collaboration, displaying detailed images of all the samples created with the wood-based materials. It features an in-depth interview with the founders of envisions, Finsa’s head of design, and gives insight in all participating envisionaires. Designed by Studio Aandacht with photography taken by Ronald Smits, this book serves as an inspiration to the industry, trend forecasters and material researchers.