Adidas knows that environmentalism is not only a mind-set but is just simply… good business. Launching their Eco-friendly Grün (Green in German) collection, Adidas aims to reduce the amount of useable materials headed for the already over crowded landfills.
Pardon the pun. Design Thinking can take many forms, from stringently academic to clever uses of humour, whatever it takes to solve the problem at hand. This solution falls on the humourous end of the spectrum. Read More.
Ever experience a public place in the city that bugs you due to poor design?
As described on their site, ThinkToronto is “an urban design ideas competition for the next generation of city builders.” Although I have issues with the age requirements for entering this competition (35 years or younger), this is a great opportunity to showcase your designthinking skills in the service of improving Toronto’s public spaces. At the very least, it’s a chance to show a lot of people your personal vision of what could be. Check out the site.
Not to say that I would wear one of the jumpsuits that look like one of those upside-down clowns you often see in you local parade but, Cristian Zuzunaga’s graphic patterns and their applications are pretty amazing. Read More.
Check out a variety of Toronto architectural gems when they open their doors to the public Saturday, May 24 & Sunday, May 25. There are about 150 venues, and many are sure to surprise. This year’s theme is Sacred Spaces, Sacred Circles.