The inaugural Dezeen Day conference in London on 30 October 2019 will address the circular economy and four other critical topics.
The inaugural Dezeen Day conference in London on 30 October 2019 will address the future of cities, materials and education, as well as the circular economy and how to build a successful creative business.
The five themes have been selected by Dezeen’s editorial team for their relevance and importance. Expert panels will discuss each topic, with the aim of setting the agenda for the future.
Dezeen Day is a new conference that will set the global agenda for architecture and design. Our first ever conference, it will also feature keynotes by leading figures from the world of architecture and design plus film screenings and a few surprises…
The five themes are as follows:
Designing for the circular economy
What is the circular economy and how do we design for it? Panellists, including leading architects, designers and business representatives, will explain how they are helping to transform the global economy from a linear model to a circular one that eliminates waste and pollution while enhancing vital ecosystems.
How can we solve the problems of plastic waste and what materials could replace it? This session aims to push forward the debate about the materials we’ll use to build and manufacture with, as well as discussing realistic ways of reducing the global impact of fossil-fuel polymers, including plastic in the ocean.
What will the cities of the future look like? What technologies will transform them? How will they cope with climate change? Where and how will everyone live? This panel will explore how cities need to evolve in the face of environmental, economic, social and technological change.
Is architecture and design education fit for purpose? What can we do to improve it? The world needs talented architects and designers more than ever, but the education system has come under attack for being out of touch with the real world while students complain that the stress of getting qualified is making them ill. In this session, we’ll hear from educators who are breaking the mould and revolutionising education.
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