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REBECCA SILVER

by , 03/12/05
filed under: New York City

Rebecca Silver, O2-New York, Chair of O2 New York, Green Design consultant, Inhabitat writer

Rebecca is a freelance graphic, product, and eco-designer based in Brooklyn, New York. For the past few years she has divided her time between designing for a myriad of companies and organizing environmentally focused projects and events. Rebecca is the past chair and the current vice-chair of o2-NYC, the New York City chapter of the o2 global network of eco-designers. During her tenure, she co-organized many events including Design:Green, CitySol, and most recently HauteGREEN. Rebecca’s work, collaborations and events have appeared in publications such as Metropolis, Interior Design Magazine, Metropolitan Home, and most recently The London Observer. Rebecca received a BFA in industrial design from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2003, receiving a special award from the school for her commitment to environmental issues.

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  1. bezier_curves April 11, 2008 at 7:40 am

    Hi Rebecca,

    I’m a graphic design grad student currently working on my thesis, which focuses on the integration of biomimicry into the graphic design process. I plan to discuss both the difference between biomimicry and sustainability, and how to integrate biomimicry and green/sustainable design into the graphic design process to come up with the best possible solutions to our design problems.

    My question for you: After working with a green mind, what are some successful examples and unsuccessful examples that you’ve had to face in design?

    Thanks,
    Allie Bosworth

  2. Beth Fuller April 13, 2007 at 12:06 am

    Dear Rebecca,

    I am trying to submit an entry for HauteGREEN to submissions@hautegreen.com, but my email keeps coming back with errors. I’ve tried multiple time and I’m not quite sure what to do. Do you know where I can send my submission form?

    Thanks!
    Beth

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