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Project Interzone is selected as a finalist of Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas Awards!

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We are thrilled to share the news that Project Interzone was selected as a finalist of the first ever Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas Awards,…

Join us for the Start up Design Jam! April 1st, 2017!

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You’re invited to Startup Design Jam! Calling all game-changers! If you have a background in web development, marketing, communication, public relations, design or business development,…

Setting the Stage for Possibility

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Considering the scale of the complex issues humanity and the planet are being faced with today, it is important for not only the so-called ‘experts’, to…

The Importance of Alternatives

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Having come from a country with so many social contrasts and political upheaval, I feel the imperative need for alternative realities firsthand. Speculative design introduced…

When Many Have a Will, There’s a Way

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Photo by author: Jardim Lapena, São Paulo, Brazil. The limitations of my field as an architect were clearly brought to light when I started volunteering…

What Can We Do About Climate Change

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We have already warmed the climate by about one degree Celsius, and this one degree has already caused shrinkage in land mass, the escalating number…

Design Provocations at the Heart of the Maker Movement, in the Silicon Valley

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   Fig.: 1. teachers program cars (probots) so they can draw on paper, creating opportunities for students to learn math and programming while creating visual textures….

Alumni’s Project wins prestigious Sappi Ideas that Matter’s grant 2016!

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We are thrilled to share the news that the Blank Plate project by TransDisciplinary’s alumni Amy Findeiss, Eulani Labay and Mai Kobori has won the…

Ready for Take-off: DEMO DAY Coming up!

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  Join us and find out about the start-ups journey, turning their ideas into thriving ventures. Mark your calendars for our 2016 Cohort’s final presentations…