The exhibition entitled 'Design Does. For better and worse', has been co-produced by ELISAVA, Domestic Data Streamers and the Barcelona Design Museum.
Design does reflect on how design shapes and meets the global challenges of our society. The exhibition invites us to analyse and question the responsibility of design and its impact on society, industry, human beings and cultural values.
'Design Does' analyses the role that design plays in today's society, a design whose eagerness to improve the world has a positive impact, though occasionally has a negative effect on our environment.
The exhibition revolves around 15 questions linked to topical issues and future challenges such as sustainability, connectivity, consumerism, innovation, new materials and disadvantaged groups.
Elisava and Zero 2 Infinity present "Bloon", the new space capsulethat will allow tourists to travel to the stratosphere within two years.
Seven students of our School have worked during the last nine months in the design of the interior of which will be the first capsule of space tourism in Europe.
The ship will allow commercial and leisure travel of 6 hours up to about 34 kilometers in height and allow to observe the space and the curvature of the Earth. The capsule can carry up to 6 people, 2 of which will be the crew, and the ticket will cost about 110,000 euros.
What new value propositions and opportunities are emerging from the new financial needs of Digital Natives? As the Financial Services industry is transformed, how should companies rethink their role and business model?
Helping the Philips Digital Retail Solutions Venture to establish their digital-enabled retail business, opening knowledge consulting as a new business path for Philips.