Commoning by Design: Exploring commoning approaches for multispecies stakeholder cooperation in systemic design
Online. Julia Schaeper and Glenn Robert
Online. Julia Schaeper and Glenn Robert
Online. Jayanna Killingsworth
Goran Matic and Ana Matic
Bernd Herbert and Mani I
Mothilal Loganathan, Pavan Kalyan, and Vishruth Kumar
Silvia Barbero and Amina Pereno
Frida Lizeth Gomez Poblette and Pieter Jan Stappers
Nick Meyne, Angus McLeod, Osioke Itseuwa, and Federico Piovesan
Steve Waddell, Sandra Waddock, Peter Jones, and Ian Kendrick
Joseph Francis, Sanath Pailwan, Shubham Modgi, Praveen Nahar and Sahil Thappa
Alexandra Infanger, Jeanne Streit, Julie Grosjean, Marina Praxedes and Hans Kaspar Hugentobler
Nicole Brkic, Martha Chomyn, Alejandra Farias, Razane Hanna and Amy Morrell
Nikita Jaiswal and Tanishka Kacru
Ojasvi Gupta and Jagrit Surisetti
Tobias Luthe, Schütz Martin and Justyna Swat
Sergio Degiacomi, Sofia Cretaio, Elena Cavallotti, Claudia Morani, Emily Derobert and Bastien Mayet
Amina Pereno, Asja Aulisio and Silvia Barbero
Eva Vanessa Bruno and Beatrice Lerma
The systems map depicts a vision for an inclusive and sustainable economy by solving poverty and climate change in the agricultural sector.
This visualisation presents value chains and quotidian needs brought together in the co-design for a floating neighbourhood in rural PI, based on an existing technical prototype of a single floating house.
A synthesis map showing leverage points to help support employee work-life balance and why moving towards supporting work-life balance in employees matters to the company.
Prasad Modak: Is the concept of Circular Economy (CE) old wine in a new bottle? Is the canvas of CE really understood?
Tobias Luthe, Angel Lamar, Birger Sevaldson, Tine Hegli, Marianne Storen Berg, and Peter Hemmersam, The Oslo School of Architecture and Design
Nicole Norris, Maya Hoveskog, Francesca Ostuzzi, Peter Jones, and Antony Upward
Author: Shashank Nimkar
Authors: Flavia Papile, Barbara Del Curto, Andrea Coccia
Authors: Apostolos E. Lydakis, John Darzentas, Jenny S. Darzentas
Author: Sonam Tashi Gyaltsen
Collaborative Collective. Proposes circular economy for a gardening colony including upcycling and the use of tokens.
Politecnico di Torino, Department of Architecture and Design, Italy. Strategies for the creation of new networks aimed at transforming the economy and production processes from linear to circular approach.
Politecnico Di Torino, Department of Architecture and Design, Open Systems Design Lab, Italy. Illustrating a more circular economy that is more resilient and more regenerative.
Centre for Changemaking and Social Innovation, Georgian College, Barrie, and Canadian Freshwater Alliance, Canada. How curriculum might shift a uniquely Canadian rural region towards a Flourishing Social Enterprise landscape
National Institute of Design, India. A systemic exploration of the most basic physiological need for food and highly influential control means called markets.
Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Norway. A local community where industries are not dependent on each other, and benefit from each other’s knowledge.
Alana Boltwood and Fran Quintero Rawlings
RSD7 Keynote. Gunter Pauli: From energy production to soil analysis, we have to change the dogmas we are working with, we have to change the business models and the hypothesis we are believing. What can we do better? How can we design a better way forward?
Plenary & Workshop. Widmer Simon: At the Ellen MacArthur Foundation we aim to transform key industries from a take-make-dispose model toward a circular economic one.
Jan Konietzko, Nancy Bocken, and Erik Jan Hultink
Daniele Bucci, Alessio Franconi, Federico Piovesan, and Silvia Tagliazucchi
Chiara Battistoni and Silvia Barbero
Pier Paolo Peruccio looks back at an insufficiently investigated chapter in the history of Olivetti, founded more than 110 years ago in Ivrea, Italy.
Author: Adrienne Pacini
Author: Richardo Saint Clair
RSD4 Keynote. Lia Patricio: Designing Portuguese electronic health records.