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We design brand experiences - Edenspiekermann

We design brand experiences - Edenspiekermann
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The International Office studioAKA - OurWork Achtung almost Modern The Beach - Welcome @ the beach Sociaal ontwerp met Jogi Panghaal Sustainist Design workshop Januari dit jaar deden master studenten van de Reinwardt Academie en de Academie voor Bouwkunst mee aan een workshop sustainist design in de Garage Notweg. Makers Festival 2014 Op 27 en 28 september 2014 vindt het 4e Makers + co Makers Festival plaats in de Garage Notweg in Amsterdam Nieuw-West. Sustainist Design Guide How sharing, localism, connectedness and proportionality are creating a new agenda for social design This guide by Michiel Schwarz and Diana Krabbendam with The Beach network will be published in May 2013 (BIS Publishers, Amsterdam). “In the era of ‘sustainism’ it is no longer a matter of designing for society, but within it,” say the authors of Sustainist Design Guide. This exploratory guide travels the new “landscape” of social design thinking and practice, viewed through the “lens” of “sustainism” ?

ARA, creatief, interactief communicatiebureau A2/SW/HK +44 (0)20 7739 4249 Dunne & Raby Dunne & Raby use design as a medium to stimulate discussion and debate amongst designers, industry and the public about the social, cultural and ethical implications of existing and emerging technologies. Anthony is professor and head of the Design Interactions programme at the Royal College of Art in London. He studied Industrial Design at the RCA before working at Sony Design in Tokyo. On returning to London he completed a PhD in Computer Related Design at the RCA. He was a founding member of the CRD Research Studio where he worked as a Senior Research Fellow leading EU and industry funded research projects. Anthony was awarded the Sir Misha Black Award for Innovation in Design Education in 2009. Fiona is professor of Industrial Design (id2) at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna as well as reader in Design Interactions at the RCA.

Swiss Federal Design Awards - Michael Kryenbühl / Ivan Weiss We are all fa­mil­iar with Aki Kau­rismäki's au­then­tic every­day he­roes: the tac­i­turn garbage col­lec­tors, the dream­ing su­per­mar­ket check­out girls, the reclu­sive night watch­men. These melan­choly, soli­tary fig­ures are found not only in Fin­land, but rep­re­sent the uni­ver­sal human being and the (some­times rough and ready) va­garies of life. In their 272-page book Ak­i­lan­dia, cre­ated as a grad­u­ate piece at Lucerne Uni­ver­sity, Michael Kryenbühl and Ivan Weiss com­bine their col­lected im­pres­sions of eleven weeks spent study­ing Kau­rismäki's cin­e­matic world. They have called that world Ak­i­lan­dia and they guide the viewer through the films of the Finnish di­rec­tor. As in a film, the con­tent of Ak­i­lan­dia is con­veyed by the dra­matic struc­ture and se­quenc­ing of the im­ages. [read more] As in a film, the con­tent of Ak­i­lan­dia is con­veyed by the dra­matic struc­ture and se­quenc­ing of the im­ages. [close]

Department 21 | An experimental interdisciplinary workspace at the Royal College of Art Daniel Carlsten Steven Heller :