Textile surfaces have expressed a great deal of changes related to the meanings they are able to transmit as a communication layer and also as a technological product. We can read this path in an exemplary way with the analysis of the largest textile district in Europe, the one that belongs to the city of Prato in Tuscany. The typical product of this area - regenerated carded - has seen its nature transform from a low quality and value product to a technological and environmental excellence.

Textile Historical Sustainability and Innovative Textile Products

Eleonora Trivellin
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2020

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Textile surfaces have expressed a great deal of changes related to the meanings they are able to transmit as a communication layer and also as a technological product. We can read this path in an exemplary way with the analysis of the largest textile district in Europe, the one that belongs to the city of Prato in Tuscany. The typical product of this area - regenerated carded - has seen its nature transform from a low quality and value product to a technological and environmental excellence.
9783030511937
Carded wool; Industry 4.0; Innovation; Prato; Textile;
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