B34 is a virtual reality experience and fashion customisation concept, developing environmentally friendly fashion with contemporary aesthetic. This work utilises virtual reality and direct-to-garment printing technology, to allow users to customise garments and accessories. B34 is a digitally fabricated alternate natural environment inspired by liquid, mineral, and light in the natural world.
School of Design
MA Textiles, 2019
Ciaran Moore is a Scottish designer and artist working with innovative technology to create new design and customisation experiences within fashion.
After graduating from the Glasgow School of Art in 2015, Ciaran spent two years working in print design and concept creation for sportswear, menswear and luxury textile mills, before joining the Royal College of Art's Textiles MA.
Ciaran's research centres on the roles technology and craft can play in the value of future fashion. Using virtual environment and game design within his process, Ciaran develops interactive, multi-sensory experiences for fashion customisation and co-creation.
- BDes Textile Design, The Glasgow School of Art, 2015
- Print and concept designer, Lululemon Athletica, London 2015–2016; Freelance textile designer, London, 2015–2018; Textile designer, Teseo S.P.A. Como, 2015
- The Bill Moggridge Award, 2018; Texselect, 2015; Verve for Design Award for Innovation, 2015