International companies see the move towards a circular and sustainable economy as a complex but necessary challenge. This Master Class helps you understand this thinking and the role you can play in responding to this challenge.
On 29 and 30 January 2020, the IDE Master Class ‘Design for the Circular Economy’ takes place. In this Master Class, you will learn how to implement tools and techniques in your design process to contribute to a circular & sustainable economy. The Master Class is given by Conny Bakker, professor Design for Sustainability and Circular Economy, Bas Flipsen, Senior Lecturer Design for Sustainability and Circular Economy, Ingrid de Pauw, Lecturer Circular Product Design, and Bram van der Grinten, Researcher EcoBulk and teacher sustainable design strategies.
The Master Class hosts a mixture of interactive tutorials and workshops with the aim of plunging you into the theory and practice of designing for a circular economy. The decision to embed circular economy principles is a strategic business decision; this has a huge impact on the way products are developed and designed. The MC addresses the social and technical implications for product design using examples from practice, and provides design approaches that are embedded in theory whilst being pragmatic and usable for designers.
Receive € 100-200 reduction per Master Class
The standard fee for a single Master Class ranges from € 950 to € 750 for alumni (free from VAT). If you register for multiple Master Classes, you get a reduction of € 100 for each additional On-Site Master Class per organisation.
Each master class is open to a limited number of participants in order to keep them as interactive as possible, increasing their learning impact and value. Please take this opportunity and register quickly for this master class; full details can be found here. You can register here.