The Design Anthropological Innovation Model is a pilot project on waste handling. The project is based at the Danish Design School in partnership with Mads Clausen Instituttet and three leading Danish design consultancies 1508, 3PART and Arkitema. The project partner network also includes three international consultancies: MakeTools, SWECO FFNS, and Ergonomidesign.
The Design Anthropological Innovation Model is developed through a pilot project on waste handling understood as a broad societal problem. We work closely with the Danish incineration facility Vestforbrænding to engage citizens and various stakeholders in the waste industry in an effort towards waste reduction and increased recycling of materials.
DAIM is funded by the Danish Government’s programme for User-driven innovation.
Yes we blog!
Read more about the DAIM-project at our blog: chokobar.wordpress.com
DAIM Book 2010
Rehearsing The Future: The book concludes the DAIM project, sponsored by EBST and conducted by The Danish Design School, the SPIRE center at SDU, Vestforbrænding and the design consultancies: 3PART, 1508, Sweco, Ergonomidesign and Maketools.
Order the book: Dkr. 250,- + Shipping: firstname.lastname@example.org
DAIM Conference 2010
Rehearsing the future | Researching the Future. 23rd - 24th February 2010