Janine Häberle is a trained textile designer working at Forster Rohner Textile Innovations.
Forster Rohner AG is one of the leading companies for fashionable embroideries in Haute Couture and Lingerie. Founded in 2011, Forster Rohner Textile Innovations successfully combines the experience of more than 100 years in the textile industry with competent knowledge in material science, textile technology and electrical engineering.
With projects in diverse markets since 2013, Forster Rohner established as the worlds first supplier of washable and drapable conductive and illuminated textiles from industrial production. As manager of design and project development of e-broidery® – Illuminated textiles, Janine Häberle will give an insight to production processes, as well as to design and commercial aspects. The sophisticated integration of shimmering lights to fine fabrics offers a new dimension in textile design, as well as to interactive products and scenography. This technology makes 'future fashion' commercially available and invites our costumers to find realistic solutions for integrating electronic fabrics into every day life.
2011: Graduated as Textile Designer from University of Lucerne with a project about generative textile design for textile design and industrial production.
2012-2014: Research Fellow, Applied Textile Design Research, University of Lucerne
Since 2011: Projects and experiments in the fields of pattern drawing, outdoor textiles, knitting and animation based on code.