Webinar 2 – Advanced 3D Printing with SLS: Designing for Performance – 30/06/20

24 Jun 2020

Webinar 1: Advanced 3D Printing with SLS: Design for Value and Performance – 23/06/20

21 Jun 2020

Visiting Professor Mark Bloomfield shortlisted for the Aesthetica Art Prize

07 Feb 2019
Exploring connections between technology, traditional craft techniques and the user, Bloomfield’s Conform No1-4 invites the observer’s participation and interaction. Initially appearing as a simple structure, through physical interactions the linking system conforms in the hands of the user, revealing complex and infinite variations, in turn creating a continuous dialogue of interpretation.

Modeclix featured in Aarhus Walks on Water European City of Culture fashion and Technology showcase

13 Sep 2018
Shaun Borstock and Mark Bloomfield (electrobloom) with Modeclix 3D printed luxury garments, clicked on to swing and glitter.

Modeclix at London Technology Week 2018

13 Jun 2018

3D Print Challenge: Logo Finalist 3DPC2017 modeclix

17 May 2017

Modeclix featured on the British Council website

04 May 2017

Paul Cureton

27 Apr 2017

The Discrete Mist. Giving Physicality to Discreteness

27 Apr 2017

Publication on The Conversation about Big Data and Public Space

27 Apr 2017

Eva Sopeoglou

27 Apr 2017

Yale and Prada Feb and Mar 2017

26 Apr 2017

Brooklyn College Workshop Feb 2017

26 Apr 2017

Hack 04/16 - the Digital Hack Lab publication

08 Jun 2016
Hack 04/16 is the first publication to be released by the Design Research Group / Digital Hack Lab.

Dr Shaun Borstrock and Antoine Proust secure Proof of Concept Funding

08 Jun 2016
Shaun and Antoine have secured proof of concept funding to pursue their 3D printing related research. Both Shaun and Antoine have been working with Paul Findlay and Dominic Bellamy from the Business and Enterprise and Alex Hall from the legal team to secure design registration and trademarking.


08 Jun 2016
The MODECLIX project is the latest leap forward for the fashion industry as the project has successfully developed products that are uniquely customisable and wearable. Shaun Borstrock, Associate Dean for Business and Innovation, is the architect behind the project, which has been created in collaboration with renowned 3D specialist and designer Mark Bloomfield (electrobloom).

3D printed book – AHRC 10th Anniversary – Bookeness exhibition and A+ Women’s Graphics exhibition at Central St Martins

08 Jun 2016
Dr Shaun Borstrock, Visiting Professor Mark Bloomfield and Pete Brownhill, Principal Technical Office collaborated with Dr Sheena Calvert to produce a 3D printed book that was exhibited in two exhibitions at Central St Martins, University of the Arts, London.

Commercial Applications for Additive Manufacturing industry conference Amsterdam: February 10th and 11th 2015

19 Feb 2015
Visiting Professor, Mark Bloomfield presented a paper and chaired a panel discussion at the Commercial Applications for Additive Manufacturing industry conference in Amsterdam.

Mark Bloomfield - Head to Head: Potter versus 3D printer

12 Feb 2015
Traditional pottery compared to our brand new 3D printers. The BBC takes a look at both branches of art form, to learn more from the experts in this field.

Mark Bloomfield - Hats off

12 Feb 2015
Mark Bloomfield, Hats off to 3D Printing, Materialise World Conference. In 2012, British designer Mark Bloomfield impressed the jury during the finals of the "Hats Off to 3D Printing" design challenge at the Materialise World Conference with his innovative "Daisy Hat". This hat beat out more than 20 other renowned competitors and has been travelling around the world being modelled at fashion shows and 3D Printing events ever since.

Future City Exhibition

11 Feb 2015
'A Visual History of the Future' authors Professor Nick Dunn and Serena Pollastri (Lancaster University) and Dr Paul Cureton (Design Research Group / Digital Hack Lab, School of Creative Arts, University of Hertfordshire) reviewed nearly a thousand examples of proposed cities of the future. They selected around 100 projects, proposals and fictional cities that they felt were emblematic of the shifting paradigms of the last century of urbanism.