Mainstreaming Biodiversity through Design
The United Nations COP13 Biodiversity Conference concluded last week on December 17, 2016 in Cancun, Mexico. For 10 days official delegates as well as several other biodiversity experts and practitioners gathered to share ideas and discuss the international Convention text that would pave the way for Mainstreaming Biodiversity. DE was […]
Contemporary art and design is often thought of as removed from our daily existence. Its meaning or function can be difficult to grasp in practical terms. Furniture is no exception. Designers and artists use different materials, structures and treatments to push the limits of expression and innovation. The divide between nature and humanity can be amplified in this process. However, at the 2011 International Contemporary Furniture Festival in New York City, a different trend emerged.
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