World Industrial Design Day 2020 - architecture and design

World Industrial Design Day 2020



So much of what surrounds us is designed. Products, devices and related services are all the result of industrial design; their genesis firmly rooted in a tradition of manufacturing the everyday ?goods? that serve our functional needs, bring joy and build economic activity. Design reflects our culture, and particularly during the time of COVID-19, this highlights the immense power and potential of design to be a key problem-solver together with medical research.
On World Industrial Design Day ? 29th June 2020 ? we can celebrate the role and value of design while also reflecting on its capacity to provide the basis for creating a sustainable future shaped by the products and devices that influence our daily lives. How we live, work, play and travel is significantly determined by the objects and services that are created by designers and manufacturers. This year?s theme for World Industrial Design Day is ?design for everyday life?, and it talks to the need for designers to rise up and demonstrate their expansive problem solving capabilities, their creative energy and their supply chain wisdom.
For example, the current worldwide attention to designing and producing personal protective equipment has not only been swift and creative, it also underscores the power of design to innovate and bring a deep knowledge of materials and manufacturing to the forefront of human need.
Jo-Ann Kellock, the chief executive of the Design Institute of Australia understands the relevance and powe...
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