Join this intimate conversation with forward-thinking panellists to explore future trends and the positive impact that open source design coupled with technology offers us to level up for present and future generations.
Over half the global population has access to the internet and the internet of things provides us with a platform to share, to connect and to create. Open source technology has given us the ability to share socially and environmentally progressive ideas and designs in the aim of enabling individuals with the ability to become the creator vs the consumer.
HY William Chan Cities, Urban Design Strategist
Angela D’Alton Craft & Maker Movement, mentor and advisor
- Jesse Adams Stein Design researcher technological change and industrial craft
Liane Rossler Superlocalstudio
Valentina Zarew New Romantic
- Alexander Symes Architect and sustainable built environments
Topics include environmental design thinking for an evolving world, the commercial revolution for makers, design for urbanisation and growing populations, breaking years of tradition and creating your own products.
Tickets: donation $33 towards the Sweet Nature Project