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Royal College of Art Unveils “Design For The Real World” Exhibition at London Design Festival
“Zero” by Henry Cloke is a public rental vehicle that seeks to find innovative sustainable transport solutions within cities.
Through a crafts exchange between the UK and Uganda, Kirsten Scott developed “Pidgin Plait,” a series of naturally dyed, local pleated palm leaves to be knitted into luxurious hats helping women in rural Africa.
While Design for the Real World (the book) was selling like hot cakes outside for only £10; inside, the winning projects were being announced.
Congratulations to the well-deserved RCA’s Sustain Awards’ winners: “Ento – The Art of Eating Insects,” “Pack!”, “Esource” and “I Wanna Deliver a Shark…”!
Photo © Ana Lisa Alperovich for Inhabitat
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