08 February 2022

In the framework of the Global Goals Jam, IED presented cross-cultural innovations as co-creation boosters for urban development in an online event

In the past decade, ‘co-operative creation’ (co-creation) and community regeneration through life-centred design and study developed by institutions that have an interest in sustainable urban development have gained more momentum. It also led to inclusivity for the society to become safe, resilient, and sustainable cities.

The city consists of complex and dynamic systems that keep evolving. It also raises questions on how multicultural incorporation can be an innovative tool through collaboration between the generations who see the values of diversity.

During an online talk, three experts discussed their points of views during the Bangkok Design Week in collaboration with FABCafe Bangkok: Diana Larisa Rosioru, Designer and IED Alumni; Niramon Serisakul, Directo of Urban Design and Development Center Bangkok at UddC; Rut Turró, inclusive fashion expert and CEO and founder of Movingmood, and Simona Maccagnani, Head of the Research Center at IED.

Discover more about the Global Goal Jams and its last editions here.

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