Make It Circular!

To truly understand the systemic character of circular design we must widen our view—from user over human towards life-centered design. The systems around us evolve from a variety of interactions that are not only between humans and machines—they are between different organisms and machines, humans and humans, machines and fungi, humans and intangible entities, and so on.

Designing for circular systems demands not only redesigning products and services, but also organizations, systems, and relationships.

This is a recording of a two-hour interactive session hosted by our partners at Fjord, on circular business models, values, and behaviors, draft a future scenario, and ideate on organizational interventions to get ready for circular.


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