Think Tank

circulariCITY
Berlin, Amsterdam
2022~2024

Conflict Space
Barcelona
2022

INbetweenSTITUTE
Berlin
2021~2023

Hybrid is the Future!
Berlin, Online
14.10.2021

Hybrid Staging
Essen, Berlin, Online
2020~2022

Co-Creating
Hybrid Culture

Halle an der Saale
2021

Resignify City
Amsterdam
24.06.2021

Voiced Space
Rotterdam, Amsterdam
2019~2021

Hybrid Platforms
Essen
14.11.2020

(Re)Venue
COVID-19
2020~2021

Post COVID-19 City
Stuttgart
25.5.2020
Cologne
01.7.2022

Networked City
Berlin
20.2.2020

Climate City
Berlin
20.11.2019

Kiez Lab
Berlin
2019~2020

City to Go
Berlin
15.7.2019

City Making Lab
Berlin
2019~2020

Hybrid Heritage
Rotterdam
2019~2020

Heritage Tools
Madrid
6.6.2019

Diplomacy Lab
Brussels
7.2.2019

Water Conscious Fashion
Berlin
16.1.2019

Future Heritage
Dortmund
24.1.2019

GRÜNtopia
Berlin

22.6.2018

Digital Diplomacy
Den Haag
2.2.2018

NatureTecture
Shenzhen

01.02.2018

SHAReCONOMY
Berlin
7.7.2017

Future Diplomacy
Berlin
7.10.2016

Co-Curating
the City

Berlin

14.10.2016

Embassy Lab
Berlin, Bruxelles, Dusseldorf, Munich
2015~2019

Fabric
Athens
8.4.2017

B.A.N.G. Design
Berlin
24.6.2016

CRISIS design
Berlin
2015~2016 

Smart City
Governance

Berlin

21.5.2015

Water Conscious Fashion

Water is the necessary resource for life. Human settlements have always been dependent upon access to clean water and its relative scarcity – freshwater makes up only 2.5% of water available on the earth – has awarded it the name ‘blue gold’. If world population increases as expected, hitting the 9 billions threshold by 2050, will water resources be sufficient?

In the last century, technology and development have driven up demand for water, speeding it up more than twice as fast as the population growth rate. More worryingly, water use is predicted to increase by 50 % between 2007 and 2025 in developing countries and 18% in developed ones. Climate change is expected to bring about more extreme weather conditions more frequently, including temperature rises and droughts as well as devastating floods and unpredictability in precipitation patterns. These are likely to hit poorer countries and precarious livelihoods first and harder.

Embassay Lab Water Conscious Fashion, @ Neonyt, Kraftwerk Berlin, 16 January 2019