FEB 11 - MAY 9 2021   
Grey Matter – New Materials for the Post-Fossil Era, CentroCentro, Madrid

MAY 23 2020 - AUG 8 2021
Critical Zones – Observatories for Earthly Politics, Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe

APR 9 - SEPT 12 2021   
Colors Etc, Le Tripostal, Lille

Studio ThusThat designs and makes with uncommon materials.
Right now we are exploring industrial wastes from mining and metallurgy.


We’re a group of three designers with an interest in materials. We are graduates of the Royal College of Art and Imperial College London, where we completed our joint MA and MSc in Innovation Design Engineering.

Our work with overlooked materials involves moving between scientific research, industrial practices, and making. We hope that this approach results in a body of design work that is intellectually engaging, aesthetically rich, and ultimately accessible to a wider audiences.


Feb 2020  
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Arts

Feb 2020  
Arizona State University, Center for Philosophical Technologies

Oct 2020  
Crafts Magazin For London Craft Week

Oct 2020  
C2 Montreal, Keynote

March 2021   
Virginia Tech University, School of Architecture + Design

March 2021   
Dutch Invirtuals Academy

March 2021  
University of Groningen, Faculty of Science and Engineering

March 2021   
Harvard University, Ceramics Program


MAR 2020   Kleureyck – Van Eyck's Colours in Design, Design Museum Gent

SEPT 2020 HIDW – Design’s Construct of Pluriversality, Xiong'an

MAR 2020   Collaboration for Olafur Eliasson’s material lab at “Sometimes the River is the Bridge”, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo

FEB 2020    Design Transfigured/Waste Reimagined, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art

NOV 2019
This Is Copper, Solo Exhibition, Metallo, Belgium

OCT 2019
Design Transfigured/Waste Reimagined, Georgetown University

OCT 2019
Veemgebouw, Dutch Design Week

SEPT 2019   
DesignFresh & MaterialDriven, London Design Festival

JUN 2019   
The Model Room, Anagra, Tokyo

APR 2019   
Slag Valorization Symposium, Mechelen

MAY 2019    
Designing Perspectives, Venice Biennale