11 June Event Ahrend about Circular Design
If you are a student of a designer, please pay attention! Thursday June 11 you are invited by Ahrend for their event “Ahrend Academy: Cicular Design into practice” in Amsterdam. Erik Tempelman of the Technical University of Delft will present his research about Nature Inspired Design (NID) followed by an interactive session. Please register...
Background article: creation of Venlo's City Hall
Source: FMM October marked the official opening of Venlo’s City Hall. The municipality wanted to design a building that fit in their ambition to use the cradle to cradle principles to realise economic growth, spur innovation for regional business, and strengthen the image of the region. But the realisation of this ambition brought with it a number...
C2C PII announces winners of 6th Design Challenge
Oakland, CA – The winners of the latest Cradle to Cradle Product Design Challenge have been announced by the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute. This is the final competition in a series of six global Challenges, which invited designers, sustainability professionals and students to re-envision and redesign products for the circular...
Carlsberg unveils new green fibre bottle design
Source: Sustainable Brands Carlsberg unveiled the new design for a fibre bottle at the Sustainable Brands conference last week in Copenhagen. The design is part of the work of the Carlsberg Circular Community — formed in 2014 with the goal of creating packaging that meets the Cradle to Cradle design framework. The Danish brewery kicked off the...
Column by Bas van de Westerlo about current real estate
Bas van de Westerlo of the C2C ExpoLAB wrote a column. In this column he tells about the opportunities for embedding Cradle to Cradle in policy. This column is written in Dutch.
Cradle to Cradle leads way for Shaw
Carpet manufacturer Shaw has always been leading in the sector on sustainability. Part of Shaw’s long-term vision is to look at the life-cycle of the product. The Cradle to Cradle certification process has become a guidepost for how they make their products. At the moment, 85 percent of Shaw’s products are Cradle to Cradle Certified, and the...
Cradle to Cradle Product Design Challenge
Source: C2C Certified The goal of this design challenge is to eliminate the concept of “waste” by designing products with materials that may be perpetually cycled to retain their value as nutrients to fuel growing global economies. The challenge is sponsored by the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute in partnership with Autodesk, in...
Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute Opens Submissions for 6th Challenge
Source: C2C Certified OAKLAND, CA. – The Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute is now accepting entries for the next Cradle to Cradle Product Design Challenge. The Cradle to Cradle Product Design Challenge incentivizes and inspires the design community to envision viable product design solutions for the circular economy, powered by...
Deadline C2C Product Design Challenge 15 March
The goal of this design challenge is to eliminate the concept of “waste” by designing products with materials that may be perpetually cycled to retain their value as nutrients to fuel growing global economies. The challenge is sponsored by the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute in partnership with Autodesk, in support of the design-led...
Design contest for Circular Economy won by student C2C Master UT
The C2C Products Innovation Institute and Autodesk announced the winners of the Product Design Challenge. This Challenge tasked the participant to design a product with materials, which can return safely to the industry or nature. Student of world first C2C Mastertrack UT received award Tjitte de Wolff was awarded for the Best Student Project....
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