TEALEAVES at the World Biodiversity Forum alongside WHO, Microsoft, NSCAD and more.
“For tens and thousands of years they have understood how to create harmonious systems of relationships between people, animals, land, and water.” - Dr. Dori Tunstall
A biologist, educator, and certified Biomimicry Professional explains just what Biomimicry is.
Your next big idea could be hiding in the bushes.
“I believe that Chado helps remind us what the most important things in our life are.” - Ms. Yasuko Takahashi
World-leading designers Albert Shum and John S. Couch reveal their rituals for creativity during times of isolation.
The principal architect of the Eden Project on why designers need biomimicry to correct our current course.
The unique art of archiving, and thus curating the past, has distinct implications for our future. Learn from the curators in this virtual roundtable.
Designing Time Summer Solstice Panel at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum On Saturday June 23rd, 2018, the longest day...
Four leading AI thinkers debunk “AI clichés” and discuss diversity, bias, and the role of a designer in instilling responsibility in this time of change.
Professor Philip Stark of Berkeley Open Source Food thinks that "we have a problem with the public perception of what is edible."
How we can create positive environmental change through the actions we carry out everyday.