To celebrate the launch of the 2015/16 RSA Student Design Award briefs, designer Ben Terrett talks about how design is changing the world, and how the internet is changing design.
Sustainable design expert Professor Ezio Manzini visits the RSA to explore how emerging forms of collaboration in design practice are driving radical, bottom-up social innovation.
Internationally influential thinker on education and creativity Sir Ken Robinson considers how higher education institutions might play a greater role in developing the creative capacities of their students.
An event celebrating the 2015 RSA Student Design Awards programme and the burgeoning design for social innovation movement, with leading industrial designer and founding director of PriestmanGoode, Paul Priestman.
Data journalist, designer and founder of the blog sensation Information is Beautiful, David McCandless visits the RSA to demonstrate how visualised information can help us comprehend, navigate and find meaning in a complex world.
In this year’s annual RDI address, Alex McDowell describes his work on the Rilao Project, a fictional city and narrative laboratory that allows us to imagine an alternative trajectory of social, political and technological development.
Professor of places and city planning Peter Wynne Rees describes the vision and strategy which transformed the City of London and considers how we reconcile the demands of the property industry with a range of issues in the public interest.
Designer Alastair Parvin speaks on the future of open design, community development and WikiHouse.
Aral Balkan is a designer and social entrepreneur
Deyan Sudjic is director of the Design Museum and the author of a new book, 'B is for Bauhaus'.
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