The OSCEdays took place in more than 70 cities all over the world to encourage people from all kind of disciplines and backgrounds to work on solutions for circular economic processes. Matthias reports from the Berlin event, which was especially dedicated to the issues of a circular textile industry.
It was a rainy day in the South of the Netherlands when we entered Museumplein, a collection of three different museums in Kerkrade, Limburg. But we weren’t there for all of them, we were only there to visit the Cube Design Museum, the first design museum in the Netherlands that recently opened its doors to the public. Read More
For the 17th time, the city of Eindhoven, the Netherlands, was entirely devoted to Dutch Design Week for nine days in a row. The biggest annual design event in Northern Europe since 1998, where over 2400 different designers present their work to the world.
Last week, over 200 trend watchers, futurists and innovation strategists, from 12 different countries found their way to The Stage for LaFutura 2015 in Vienna. The annual, one-day gathering for those who want to understand and shape the future together. Of course Future Flux was there as well.
“Design the future – Act local” was the topic of our workshop together with Scholz & Volkmer at the #seecamp on April, 19th. 25 participants with different backgrounds ranging from local stores, creative industry to politics came together to talk abut one common goal: act local to design the future of the city.
Svenja had the pleasure to participate in the first workshop in the UK that introduced cradle to cradle thinking into the area of service design with the title: ‚Creating a kettle or providing boiled water? Service design for a more circular economy’.
A workshop with 70+ people from all over Europe, that was our busy start into the new year 2015. In January we facilitated an innovation workshop for Mondi – an international packaging company – eager to make their first steps towards innovation – with us. Read More