31 March 2010 – 05 September 2010
From the world’s first carbon neutral city to a refrigerator which doubles as an aquarium, this exhibition explored a range of products, concepts and projects that address issues of sustainability in their design. Through prototypes, samples, products and film, you can find out more about your impact on the world and how to change it.
Presented around five themes: Cities, Energy and Economics, Food, Materiality and Creative Citizens, this overview highlighted the changing role of the designer and reveals how design can make a difference.
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Highlights from the inaugural PUMA.Safe Annual Sustainability Lecture at the Design Museum on Sunday 24 October 2010. Yves Behar delivers a lecture on the sustainable philosophy that drives his design practice fuseproject. Download the lecture in full on the podcast page.
The Design Museum goes in search of sustainable design at the UKs biggest graduate design fair. Film made by Proudfoot.
BBC Mundo explore the Sustainable Futures exhibition and interview the curator Nina Due.