#Design

projects

B.A.N.G. design

Design strategies for B.A.N.G. : the fusion of Binary, Atoms, Neurons, and Genes.

CRISIS design

Prototyping an open source toolkit for CRISIS design, design addressing sudden or unpredictable changes in climate and social conditions and dealing with migration and mobility as an effect of globalisation, unrest or war.

How can we cope with the increasing challenges associated with climate migration and migration due to humanitarian disasters?
CRISIS design innovates in/for situations of upheaval and for communities in need of new infrastructures for everyday life.
It showcases environmental and sustainable projects for unpredictable changes in climates, and/or dealing with migration and mobility as an effect of globalisation and political unrest.

CRISIS design innovates in/for situations of upheaval and for communities in need of new infrastructures for everyday life.
Permacrisis takes its cue from permaculture (sustainable agricultural ecosystems), and uses the ironic-hyperbolic prefix perma, meaning state of exception.

Hybrid Design Institute

The merging of the three Dutch design related institutes, architecture, design and media, into a new hybrid design institute.

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Refugium

Elizabeth Sikiaridi and Frans Vogelaar lecture on June 7th 2013 at DMY International Design Festival / Berlin Design Week 2013.

CRISIS design

How long can you hold your breath? Lecture on Crisis Design on September 26th 2013 at the event Our air! Our responsibility! , organized by Interactive Beijing and the Central Academy of Fine Arts Beijing.

Hybrid Prosumer @ Forbes

But the most interesting development that I could find was the hybrid design exhibition held in conjunction with the Academy of Media Arts, Cologne.

The “Hybrid Design” project, initiated by Prof. Frans Vogelaar, Academy of Media Arts Cologne, approaches technological developments from the perspective of the designer, by “inhabiting technology”, by transforming these technological developments to meet the way we want to live. It introduces the design fields that are emerging through the combination and fusion of environments, objects and services in the information-communication age.

Haydn Shaughnessy, article: Re:Thinking Innovation on 16 October 2011 @ Forbes, USA