What's up Workshops

  1. MetaboliCity – a design-led urban farming initiative

    St Luke's community Centre, London, UK - 26. September 2009

    St Luke's Community Centre, London, 26 September 2009

    The MetaboliCity Research Project at Central St. Martins College of Art and Design is developing and testing several Grow-Labs in the city, experimenting with hydroponic, solar powered window farms, etc. The one-day interdisciplinary workshop at the Shoreditch Trust, co-designed and facilitated by Anette, brought together several different types of communities in London involved in these urban experiments with the aim to build future visions and seed a community of communities.

  2. Design & Emotion in Hong Kong

    Hong Kong, 6. - 9. October, 2008

    Lundebye & Tham participated in the Design & Emotion conference hosted by the School of Design, Hong Kong Polytechnic University. The conference theme was Dare to Desire and we contributed with a paper and  a scenario workshop – exploring experiential aspects of sustainability.

  3. Is Green the new Black?

    London College of Fashion, UK, 30. April, 2007

    London College of Fashion, UK, 30. April, 2007

    We were commissioned to hold a talk and a workshop for 50 Staff and fashion students on ‘sustainable fashion futures’ during London College of Fashion’s “Green is the New Black” – a week of awareness-raising on fashion and sustainable development. The futures scenario workshop we designed questioned the fashion brand of 2027 spurring values such as craftmanship, heritage, local, sharing, participation, slow fashion and emotional attachment.


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