DesignAgenda explores the role of designers in creating a sustainable future
DesignAgenda is exploring the role of design in creating a sustainability society as part of Future Sense, which it is exhibiting for VDF x Ventura Projects.
Exhibitor: DesignAgenda by FHNW Academy of Art and Design
Project title: Future Sense
FHNW Academy of Art and Design is a university in Münchenstein, Switzerland with a commitment to sustainable development.
The school has recently launched an initiative called DesignAgenda that explores the relationship between design and sustainability. As part of the VDF x Ventura Project collaboration, DesignAgenda will introduce its Future Sense exhibition.
Future Sense raises awareness of the exploitation of nature, inequalities of pluralistic societies, and investigates the responsibility of design in the discourse on sustainability.
Projects range from investigations into our relationship to nature, materiality, and nutrition, through to studies on the value of waste, consumption cycles, and upcycling.
Main image is by Rafael Kouto, thumbnail is by Nadia Lanfranchi.
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Virtual Design Festival is the world's first online design festival, taking place from 15 April to 30 June 2020.
Ventura Projects are exhibitions curated by Utrecht- and Milan-based Organisation in Design that cover the latest developments in contemporary design.
As part of VDF, Ventura Projects is presenting the work of 88 international designers, academies and brands. See work from all the VDF x Ventura Projects participants at dezeen.com/vdf/ventura-projects.