INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 2
Everything that surrounds us has been designed,
even what we consider to be ‘natural’ is heavily shaped by human influences. The consequences of industrial production have become clearer and as designers sitting at the heart of these systems, how do we design responsibly in an age of radical technological change, unpredictability, conflicting opinions and multiple methods, within a world at the limits of its resources?
This blog documents processes, workshops and events capturing how design ideas evolve over time, using iterative processes and multiple perspectives:
a one wheeled vehicle uses the rails of the Vienna tram system, stealing the electricity from above. . . new possibilities perhaps previously overlooked now appear. - final details
TOOTH HERO –
The child becomes the central protagonist in the daily bathroom adventure of oral hygiene - an anthropological study
situated learning in the city using a network of people at all levels to contribute, encourage and motivate.
wine is transformed into mist, handled with implements and shared by The Vapour Connoisseurs
HUMAN BIO-MATERIALS –
Phosphate from our daily urine is collected and transformed into fertiliser
REAL FICTION –
31st May: Clive Van Heerden (VHM Design Futures/ Philips Design Probes) & James Auger (Auger Loizeau)
REAL FICTION –
11th May: Rosario Hurtado (El Ultimo Grito) & Daniel Charney (Curator of Power of Making at the V&A)