If we want to face the urgent ecological and social challenges of our time, we need to change how we design. We want to design life-friendly relations:
relations towards oneself,
relations between people,
relations to our fellow life-forms.
We have 15 ideas.
Design is a cultural activity. Our thoughts about the world become tangible reality. Currently, the dominant drivers in design are about money and technology.
What are the values that can drive live-friendly design?
Our design process is based on personal experience and reflection.
When we look at nature we see what we know. Where biologists marvel at the “biodiversity of a habitat” economists might see “agricultural production land”. As naive amateurs walking off the beaten track we want to discover our own perception of nature. So we started the semester with two small inspirational projects asking ourselves:
View the Gallery Below and Visit the Website: everydaynature.naturaldesign.world