In context of the EU project GRAGE (short for ‘Green and Grey in Europe’), Hester van Zuthem visited Munich for two weeks. GRAGE focuses on the growing population of older adults (55+) in European cities.
To explore the fascinating (though sometimes tumultuous) landscape of modern architecture, Waag Society recently hosted an evening of presentations from five architectural experts within the Design/Fabrication Lab project.
For this year's Dutch Design Week, Waag Society wondered: what would it look like if we treated micro-organisms with the same care and attention that we give to our dogs, our cats, our fish—even our plants?
Changing 33 teachers into makers in just four days? Together with Kristina Andersen, Bart Bakker, Thieu Besselink and the wonderful people of FabKlas, Waag Society’s Creative Learning Lab accepted this challenge during the Teacher Maker Camp 2015.
Co-creation is a bit of a black box—what exactly do you do? How do you find a common language between heritage experts and new visitor groups, curators and young people, academics and people who might be less vocal?