The Future Design Can Make: A New York-Denmark Conversation on How Design Shapes Difference across Business and Society
On Wednesday, 15 November, Jesper von Wieding and Tim Larcombe of Pearlfisher Copenhagen will host The Future Design Can Make: A New York-Denmark Conversation on How Design Shapes Difference across Business and Society, in collaboration with the Danish Design Award, the Danish Design Centre, Design denmark, the Design School Kolding, the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Designmuseum Denmark, the Parsons School of Design and the Cooper Hewitt Museum.
The symposium marks the culmination of a week of exciting conversation between key partners. The transatlantic exchange will explore how the global design challenges of today redefine the dynamic relationships between business, society, institutions, and education. The event will question how we build upon past design legacies while enabling a broader understanding of value creation, collaboration, and inclusive practice to match the urgency of tomorrow.
While registration is free, space is limited. Please secure your spot here.
Wednesday, 15 November 2017
2pm – 5pm
Parsons School of Design
2 West 13th Street, 12th Floor
New York, New York 10011
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