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    by Maria Ustarroz    Posted on May 26, 2016

    A journey towards a more circular economy through digital and distributed production

    Space10 and the Fab City Research Laboratory are launching a challenge for our designers and makers to reflect and act on how and why we make things. We feel like such a conversation deserves to be inclusive, and would like to invite you to join us at the Made Again Conference.

    The Made Again Conference is a series of short talks and big ideas, around design, digital fabrication, new materials, open source, distributed production, circular economy and more. We’ve gathered some of the brightest minds and best talents to share their stories and points of view.


    Most stuff today are made in a very linear way. We take, make, and dispose. The assembly line has helped construct a world of mass manufactured products, which relies on large quantities of cheap, easily accessible materials and energy. Such model is reaching its physical limits. Some say that at this rate we’ll soon need a second planet… as if it was even an option. But what if we could design products that can be “made to be made again” and powering the system with renewable energy? In June 2016, in Barcelona, Space10 and the Fab City Research Laboratory are launching a challenge for our designers and makers to reflect and act on how and why we make things.


    SCHEDULE - June 16th - 6pm to 8:30pm


    The Made Again project
    Guillaume Charny-Brunet
    Space 10

    Introduction to the Fab City
    Tomas Diez
    IAAC - Fab Lab Barcelona - Fab City

    The rise of the Designer-Maker
    Samuel Bernier
    le FabShop

    Design decision making
    James Tooze
    RCA

    Open Making
    Joni Steiner
    Open Desk

    3d printing is changing the way we think about form
    Francis Bitonti
    Francis Bitonti Studio

    Parsimony, production and bio materials
    Prisca Visbol
    Vilsbol de Arce

    Democratic Design
    Hanna Dalrot and Mikael Axelsson
    IKEA - Design Team


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