Design for Life
How can science empower designers to build a more sustainable world?
Founder & Editor-in-Chief of Dezeen
Vice President Design Experience, Dassault Systèmes
Founder of Mamou-Mani Architects
Arthur Mamou-Mani, Anne Asensio, and Marcus Fairs share their vision on how technologies can foster human and sustainable innovation, and support designers' creativity.
Designers and creatives making sustainable change
Julia Koerner Design
Julia's work blurs the lines between architecture, fashion and product design, with a particular emphasis on 3D printing and material innovation.
With Exploration Architecture, Michael focuses on regenerative design approaches that go beyond conventional sustainable design.
Always on the lookout for innovative solutions, Thierry continuously engages and experiments with new technologies, materials, methods, all in keeping with French style as he builds the automotive DS brand.
Ayse Birsel & Bibi Seck
Birsel + Seck
Ayse and Bibi have founded a human centered design and innovation studio based in NYC. Encompassing systems, products, environments and strategy, their work focuses on humanistic transformation and innovation always in touch with our times.
Mamou-Mani Architects specializes in digitally designed and fabricated architecture. The practice believes in innovation, craft and evolving architecture’s role in society by utilizing new technologies.
Nassia Inglessis, is an artist, engineer and designer. She founded Studio INI, an experimental practice that couples rigorous design and scientific research with public engagement in immersive and experiential installations.
Arthur Mamou-Mani's workshop
Arthur Mamou-Mani will discuss the experimental work of his studio, where the on-site FabPub allows rapid prototyping of 3D-printed designs made of sustainable bioplastics.