Archive for September, 2012

17 Sep, 2012

Motya Charioteer

Posted by: admin In: British Art Blog

Motya Charioteer at the British MuseumI have a question. Where’s willy? Think about it. More to follow… Read the original post on The British Art Blog

In the first of a series of blogs on design and sustainability, Chris Sherwin argues that design will be the key feature in the next wave of sustainability Take a look at our gallery of sustainable designs here “There are professions more harmful than design”, wrote the godfather of sustainable design, Victor Papanek in 1972, […]

17 Sep, 2012

Sustainable product design – in pictures

Posted by: admin In: Guardian

Sustainable design makes most sense through examples so we’ve worked with Seymourpowell, to produce a gallery of inspiring examples of recent, everyday design. These examples begin to explain the breadth and potential of design for sustainability Read the original post on Guardian Arts & Architecture


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