PhD Thesis

Goldsworthy, K. (2012) Laser-finishing: a new process for designing recyclability in synthetic textiles, University of the Arts London (PhD Thesis)

Book Chapters

Earley, R. and Goldsworthy, K. (2018) Circular Textile Design: Old Myths and New Models, in: Circular Textile Design: Old Myths and New Models. Routledge

Reports

Tubito, C., Earley, R., Ellams, D., Goldsworthy, K., Hornbuckle, R., Niinimäki, K., Östmark, E., Sarbach, V. and Tanttu, M (2019) Applied DDMI: A White Paper on how Design-Driven Material Innovation Methodology was applied in the Trash-2-Cash Project, in: Applied DDMI: A White Paper on how Design-Driven Material Innovation Methodology was applied in the Trash-2-Cash Project. European Commission

Earley, R., Goldsworthy, K. and Politowicz, K. (2016) The Textile Toolbox: New Design Thinking, Materials & Processes for Sustainable Fashion Textiles, in: The Textile Toolbox: New Design Thinking, Materials & Processes for Sustainable Fashion Textiles.. Mistra Future Fashion

Goldsworthy, K. (2014) The case for transforming the approach to waste and growing a circular economy; a design perspectivewritten evidence submitted to the UK Parliamentary Commission on 'Growing a Circular Economy' [Full report and transcripts available here]

Editorial

Goldsworthy, K. and Earley, R. (2018) Circular Transitions (Editorial): Textile design and the Circular Economy, in: Circular Transitions, SI, Journal of Textile Design Research and Practice. Taylor & Francis. Volume 6, Issue 1, Editorial pp 1-4, ISSN 2051-1787 https://doi.org/10.1080/20511787.2018.1505362 https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rftd20/6/1

Goldsworthy, K. (2018) Afterlife: Designing the End at the Beginning, Commissioned article for Viewpoint Magazine, Issue 42; Guilt Free?, Metropolitan Publishing pp 124-135

Goldsworthy, K. and Lang, D. (2010) Without a Trace, Commissioned article for Viewpoint Magazine, Issue 26; The New Normal, Metropolitan Publishing pp 108-115

Journal Articles

Goldsworthy, K. and Ellams, K. (2019) Collaborative Circular Design: Incorporating Life Cycle Thinking into an Interdisciplinary Design Process, in The Design Journal: Proceedings of the 13th European Academy of Design Conference

Goldsworthy, K., Earley, R. and Politowicz, K. (2018) Circular Speeds: A Review of Fast & Slow Sustainable Design Approaches for Fashion & Textile Applications, in: Circular Transitions, SI, Journal of Textile Design Research and Practice. Taylor & Francis, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp 42-65, ISSN 2051-1787 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/20511787.2018.1467197

Goldsworthy, K. (2017) The Speedcycle: a design-led framework for fast & slow circular fashion lifecycles, (Goldsworthy, 2017), in The Design Journal: Design for Next: Proceedings of the 12th European Academy of Design Conference, Volume 20, 2017 - Issue sup1, ISBN 978-1-138-09023-1 pp.2645–2656 http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/14606925.2017.1352714

Conference Papers

Paine, H., Goldsworthy, K. and Baurley, S. (2018) Evolutionary Approach of a Textile Designer through Cross-Disciplinary Research Practice, in: Intersections Conference Proceedings. London, UK: Loughborough University London

Goldsworthy, K., Roos, S., Peters, G. and Sandin, G. (2017) Towards a Quantified Design Process: Bridging Design and Life Cycle Assessment, in: Towards a Quantified Design Process: Bridging Design and Life Cycle Assessment.. London, UK: Mistra Future Fashion

Earley, R. and Goldsworthy, K. (2017) Playing for Time: Workshop Tools for Designing Extended Life into Fashion Textile Products, in: Playing for Time: Workshop Tools for Designing Extended Life into Fashion Textile Products. IOS Press Ebooks

Politowicz, K., Goldsworthy, K. and Earley, R. (2017) Circular Speeds: Towards a New Understanding of Designing for Fashion and Textile Rhythms, in: Circular Speeds: Towards a New Understanding of Designing for Fashion and Textile Rhythms.. London, UK: Mistra Future Fashion

Earley, R. and Goldsworthy, K. (2015) Designing for Fast and Slow Circular Fashion Systems: exploring strategies for multiple and extended product cycles, in T. Cooper et al (Eds.), PLATE: Product Lifetimes and the Environment, International Conference Proceedings, Sustainable Consumption Research Group, Nottingham Trent University, 17-19 June 2015 (pp.113-118). Nottingham Trent University: CADBE, ISBN 978-0-9576009-9-7

Goldsworthy, K. and Paine, H. (2014) Laser Welding Textiles: a creative approach to technology through a reflective craft practice, in K. Bunnell & J. Marshall (Eds.), All Makers Now: Craft Values in 21st Century Production, International Conference Proceedings, Autonomatic Research Group, Falmouth University, 10-11 July 2014 (pp.45-51). Falmouth University, ISBN 978-0-9544187-9-3

Goldsworthy, K. (2014) Design for Cyclability: pro-active approaches for maximising material recovery, Making Futures Vol 3 ISSN 2042-1664. Presented at Making Futures Conference, Plymouth University (October 25th-26th 2013) http://makingfutures.plymouthart.ac.uk/journalvol3/index.html

Goldsworthy, K. and Lewis, J. (2011) Novel Laser Surface Finishing of Textiles for Recyclability, Extended Abstract, Presented at Industrial Laser Applications Symposium (ISLAS) 2011, Warrington

Goldsworthy, K. (2011) Borrowed Materials; laser-finished textiles for a closed-loop polyester economy, Presented at Sustainability in Design: NOW! Challenges and opportunities for Design Research, Education and Practice in the 21st Century,  Published Paper, Bangalore, India

Earley, R., Goldsworthy, K. and Vuletich, C. (2010) Textiles Environment Design (TED): Making Theory Into Textiles Through Sustainable Design Strategies, Pedagogy and Collaboration, Published HAW, Hamburg.

Goldsworthy, K. (2009) Resurfaced: using laser technology to create innovative surface finishes for recyclable, synthetic textiles, Cutting Edge: lasers and creativity, Published Paper, (Conference), Loughborough University, School of Art and Design http://www.cuttingedgesymposium.com

Goldsworthy, K. (2007) The Role of New Technology & Polymer Engineering in the Forward Recycling of Synthetic Textiles, Public Presentation & Published Paper, Dressing Rooms; Current Perspectives on Fashion & Textiles, Oslo University College, Norway

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