Here follows some images from the Designboost activites during the Hem & Villa fair in Malmö 6-9 February. All in all we produced 21 lectures, 17 workshops, 13 exhibitions, 1 concert. On top of this also a sustainable children’s house. The different activities by Designboost were based on “sustainable design” and took place as an “design orienteering” with a number of stops where the visitors got different kind of knowledge based experiences. Participants included Eero Koivisto, Thomas Sandell, Jan Boris-Möller, Stefan Nilsson, Mats Theselius and Jacques Werup among others. Partners included Alcro, Apple, Artek, Audi, Brio, City of Malmö, Electrolux and Iittala. One of the ideas behind Designboost is to help companies and organisations to conceptualise sustainable design. The different events we are performing, side by side with more regular consulting on the subject, is delivering on our vision: sharing design knowledge.
The Designboost main stage called “at home with Designboost”. It was built as a 50 meter long bamboo kitchen.
Lina Sellgren talking about Feng Shui.
The sustainable children’s house.
The exhibition “sustainable design” in the garden of the children’s house.
The power of play with Brio.
7 small environments as visualisations of the “spokes” of the “sustainable wheel”.
Presentation of the two concepts “against throwawayism” by Iittala and “2nd cycle” by Artek.
Audi as a visualisation of the holistic thoughts behind the “sustainable wheel”.
Presentation of Malmö as a sustainable city.