Chen Zhang / Environmental Design: Materials, Ecologies, Futures (2020-2021)[SEM1]

Week10 – Environmental Design Manifesto

This week, I have been thinking about what my environmental design manifesto would be. Based on the inspiration of Ecological…

Week9 – Think Small.

Don’t get me wrong, it doesn’t mean to keep our eyes short, but to let us pay more attention to…

Week8 – ‘ We must fall in love with plastic again ‘

This week’s debate theme is about whether we will fall in love with using plastic in the future.  For businesses, plastic…

Week7 – Plastic Bottle Recycle

This week’s task is really exciting – upcycle plastic bottle into something new. So –  I made a brand-new hair…

Week6 – Actants in nature.

This week’s reading – Vibrant Matter: A Political Ecology of Things  gave me a brand new perspective to look at…

Week5 – Cradle to Cradle Redesign.

MUD JEANS MUD Jeans is a company that embrace innovative solutions to circularity by applying the principles of circular economy….

Week4 – The Sharing Service.

The Danish clothing company Vigga is challenging the traditional business model of the clothing industry. Vigga’s customers pay a monthly…

Week3 – Products feed nature.

This week I have been reading the book Cradle to Cradle, in this chapter, the auther mentioned people in preindustrialization…

Week2 – Design with nature.

In the book – “Design with Nature” Ian L. McHarg (1920-2001), he claims that today,  designing with nature should also…

Week1 – Why am I interested in Environmental Design

Hi, my name’s Chen and I came from a northern city in China. I think for me, the first time…

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