We’re in the middle of preparing the upcoming installment at the London Design Festival.
A quick overview of the (draft) titles for the projects we’ve confirmed so far.
//Modular Architecture:make the rented space work for you by Travis Perkins Innovation & Simon Saint of Woods Bagot
//DataBrick by Mark Simpkins
The data portal and shadow manager for your home. Every home can be smart, connected and secure.
//Privacy Dimmer by Peter Bihr
A thermostat-like device that helps you control your privacy levels easily in your own home.
//Made Near You by Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino
An easy way to eat local and get to know your local food producers.
//Home Sweet by Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino
An online platform to help you, your neighbours and your council connect.
//Examining religious attitudes towards technology: totemic presence, heirlooms and rituals in the connected home by Marta Monge, Giulia Liverani, Fabrizio Garda and Marco Signoretto.
//Essay by Tom Armitage for our exhibition newspaper.
//Opening evening & Panel discussion, 16/9 7-9pm
Join us to discuss a discussion on future home living in cities and beyond with and without technology.
//The Brexit Bedroom
We are looking for proposals for poster ideas that a teenager living through Brexit might have. Selected designs will be printed, included on site during the exhibition and then sent to the designer after the exhibition has ended.
Email us a dropbox link at info at thegoodhome dot org before September 1st.
Workshops & Experiences
//Low Carbon Lunch 1-2pm every day (£7/head)
During the whole duration of our presence at #ldf16 we will be having an open lunch where we will eat food that has been made on site and locally grown. We will use that time to have a conversation about
//Dhrubo’s Green Challenge, 17/9 2-5pm (Tickets on sale soon)
Join us for a workshop to look at the challenges of a south London family and help them design their home to make more out of less while exploring home improvement, extension & retro-fitting.