1. Talks What's up : Almedalen, Gotland

    Almedalen, Gotland, Sweden. 1 July, 2009. Mathilda gives a lecture on fashion and sustainability for 1.6 and 2.6 miljoner klubben.

    Almedalen, Gotland, Sweden. 1 July, 2009.

    Each summer Almedalen, at Gotland – an island off the eastcoast of Sweden, gathers representatives from political parties and a wealth of interest groups for a week of debates and discussions. Mathilda gave a presentation on fashion and sustainability in a seminar offered by the 1.6 Million Club – an organisation dedicated to women’s health.


  2. Talks What's up Talks What's up : Tällberg Forum

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Tällberg Forum is a global think tank set up to explore the question “how on earth can we live together?” Once a year it gathers some 50o experts in sustainability from all over the world in the beautiful village of Tällberg.

    Mathilda was there learning and contributing in a session on the future of consumption – ‘The last taboo?’ The forum brought many insights and special experiences. One of the most interesting parts was the simulation of the climate negotiations to take place at the UN meeting in Copenhagen in December, 2009.


  3. Talks What's up Talks What's up What's up : Anette Lundebye

    MA Design Futures (Goldsmiths, London), MA Textile Design (ENSAD, Paris), BA Fine Arts (ENSA, Dijon)

    As a creative catalyser, driven by a strong interest in sustainability and futures. Anette builds on interdisciplinary approaches from design thinking, metadesign research, systemic coaching, education, facilitation and art to work co-creatively with her clients to catalyse inspiration and insight to support change. She has over 15 years experience as a design professional in industry, academia and the not-for-profit sector from France, Scandinavia and the UK.

    She started out in Paris, where she studied and later worked as a designer for the international automotive industry, developing concepts and textile products at Trèves for major OEMs. A turning point in her career came during her studies at MA Design Futures, Goldsmiths, University of London, as this offered her the opportunity to develop her outlook on sustainability, gain theoretical perspectives, assimilate design research methods as well as reflect deeply and critically about her social role as a designer.

    Anette worked with the Nowhere Foundation on the design education initiative ‘from Waste to Wisdom’ (2004-06), and was a researcher on the ‘Bench-marking Synergy Levels in Meta-design’ project (2006-08) at Goldsmiths where she was involved in devising tools, methods and collaborative processes for trans-disciplinary teams. She has co-developed SRVD (Socially Responsive Design) projects using metadesign at Oslo National Academy of the Arts and has published several research papers, articles and delivered workshops at international conferences.

    Currently she is a senior lecturer at Regent’s University London where she teaches sustainability, innovation and creative-thinking related courses. She continues to lecture frequently on MA Design Futures at Goldsmiths and is invited regularly to facilitate creative processes and workshops at Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Linneus University in Sweden and at other institutions in the UK and Scandinavia.

    Anette continues to practice as an artist and has developed and presented projects and exhibitions internationally since 1996. Her work explores the boundaries between perceptions, practices and social trends associated with material culture and what we value. She works collaboratively with the art collective Foreign Investment and writes occasionally on her blog called Senseness, where she reflects on the role of art, design and futures in the 21st century.

     


  4. Talks What's up Talks What's up What's up Inspirations What's up : The Wooden Radio

    We recently spent a day out in their woods with friends and a special guest Singgih S Kartono, a designer, from Indonesia who designs and makes the famous Magno – ‘wooden radios’ for which he has won many acclaimed awards. Singghih is an inspiration to us as he has created a business model for his products that takes into consideration local, social, environmental and aesthetic needs. For more info see here


  5. Talks What's up Talks What's up What's up Inspirations What's up Talks What's up : Eco-chic in Kiev

    Kiev, Ukraine. 14 March, 2009.

    Mathilda gave a lecture on fashion and sustainability at the opening in Kiev of Eco Chic – Towards Sustainable Swedish Fashion, a touring exhibition curated by the Swedish Institute.


  6. Talks What's up Talks What's up What's up Inspirations What's up Talks What's up Teaching What's up : MA Critical Practice

    Goldsmiths, University of London. 24 February, 2009

    Goldsmiths, University of London. 24 February, 2009

    Lundebye & Tham presented a talk and did a workshop on ‘the future of consumption through the lens of sustainability’ with the students on MA Critical Design at Goldsmiths, University of London. The students worked in groups to come up with future scenarios. We especially liked the suggestion that future consumers should be termed caretakers.


  7. Talks What's up Talks What's up What's up Inspirations What's up Talks What's up Teaching What's up Research Talks What's up : Pecha Kucha at Stockholm Design Week

    Stockholm, Sweden. 5 February, 2009. Pecha Kucha.

    Stockholm, Sweden. 5 February, 2009. Pecha Kucha.

    Mathilda participated in Pecha Kucha Night organised by Svensk Form at Berns during Stockholm Design Week. She dedicated her 20 slides and 6ish minutes to how we can design shared learning experiences with examples of methodology from the Lucky People Forecast project, the metadesign research, workshops in Bandung, Indonesia and teaching on the MA Design Futures, Goldsmiths.


  8. Talks What's up Talks What's up What's up Inspirations What's up Talks What's up Teaching What's up Research Talks What's up Research Talks What's up Workshops : 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.


  9. Talks What's up Talks What's up What's up Inspirations What's up Talks What's up Teaching What's up Research Talks What's up Research Talks What's up Workshops Research Talks What's up : Changing the Change in Turin

    Turin, Italy. 10-12 July, 2008. Changing the Change.

    Turin, Italy. 10-12 July, 2008. Changing the Change.

    The conference Changing the Change brought together designers and researchers working in the field of sustainability from all over the world. A strong theme was the role of design and the designers – pointing to extended quality criteria, transdisciplinary teamwork, and a design that doesn’t necessitate material outcomes. Of particular interest was how designers can use their creative and visual skills in communicating sustainable visions.

    Mathilda participated with Hannah Jones, a colleague at Goldsmiths and the Metadesign research project, contributing with a paper. Metadesign tools – Designing the seeds for shared processes of change explores a series of approaches and tools that can facilitate collaboration across design disciplines and beyond.


  10. Talks What's up Talks What's up What's up Inspirations What's up Talks What's up Teaching What's up Research Talks What's up Research Talks What's up Workshops Research Talks What's up Consultancy Ideas Talks What's up : Sustainable – Digital

    Deepend, New York, June 2008

    What are the emerging trends for digital media in relation to sustainability? Anette gave the presentation Sustainable – Digital for Deepend in New York City to initiate a dialogue on how to address impacts and opportunities. 


  11. Talks What's up Talks What's up What's up Inspirations What's up Talks What's up Teaching What's up Research Talks What's up Research Talks What's up Workshops Research Talks What's up Consultancy Ideas Talks What's up Talks What's up : The Future of Fashion in Borås

    Borås, Sweden. 1 February, 2008. The Future of Fashion.

    Borås, Sweden. 1 February, 2008. The Future of Fashion.

    The Future of Fashion – how can fashion contribute to sustainable development?, a conference at University of Borås brought together a range of view points including those of Simonetta Carbonaro (Professor design management and humanistic marketing) and Karin Stenmar (Dem Collective). Mathilda gave a lecture on the theme of systemic perspectives on design, trends and lifestyles


  12. Talks What's up Talks What's up What's up Inspirations What's up Talks What's up Teaching What's up Research Talks What's up Research Talks What's up Workshops Research Talks What's up Consultancy Ideas Talks What's up Talks What's up Talks What's up : Volvo Sports Design Forum in Munich

    Frankfurt, Germany. January, 2008.

    Munich, Germany. January 29, 2008. Volvo Sports Design Forum.

    This year’s Volvo Sports Design Forum at ISPO in Munich, was dedicated to the theme of eco-design, with speakers such as Hunter Lovins (Natural Capitalism Solutions), Michael Braungart (Cradle to Cradle) and Simonetta Carbonaro (Domus Academy) sharing their knowledge. Mathilda was a moderator and speaker and gave an interview - see and listen to it here.


  13. Talks What's up Talks What's up What's up Inspirations What's up Talks What's up Teaching What's up Research Talks What's up Research Talks What's up Workshops Research Talks What's up Consultancy Ideas Talks What's up Talks What's up Talks What's up Ideas Research What's up : Designability: Design & Sustainability

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    We worked with Trèves in Paris, to deliver a Sustainability trends communications for their use with their Major OEM clients. The presentation is based on four themes that illustrate designability: the marriage between design and sustainability. The contents were designed to  tickle conversations about new ways forward in the industry.


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