#DesignTogether - 10 July
Welcome to the 17th edition of the #DesignTogether newsletter.
This week we highlight CPDs focused on designing for wellbeing, a competition calling for architectural projects that respond to the changing climate, a digital festival by Royal College of Arts as well as Tim Marlow in conversation with celebrated designer Ron Arad.
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Continuing professional development with Altro
CDW showroom partner Altro have developed a range of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses focused on designing for wellbeing. All CPDs fit within one of RIBA’s ten core curriculum topics, meaning they can count towards your 35-hour learning requirement.
Make it public digital festival
Ready to think outside the box? The #MakeItPublic festival on 11 July goes digital as Royal College of Arts MRes course students confront the challenge of being creative when confined to the four walls of our homes.
11th July, 11:00 - 17:00
In conversation with Ron Arad
As part of the Design Museum's Design Dispatches series, Chief Executive and Director, Tim Marlow OBE talks with celebrated British-Israeli designer Ron Arad.
The Warming Competition
WARMING calls on students and professionals from the fields of architecture, planning, and design to submit projects that respond to our changing climate and the environment.
This week, Katherine Sandford of Sandford PR shares advice for launching products in the current climate whilst MATCHIMATCHI launch a lampshade customiser.
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Q&A with Katherine Sandford
Katherine, founder and director of Sandford PR shares her thoughts on PR, tips on how designers and brands can launch new products & touches on the impact that Covid-19 has had on the industry in this Q&A.
Lampshade customiser by MATCHIMATCHI
MATCHIMATCHI have recently launched a new website and customisable lampshade pendants which can grow, shrink, change shape, colour and appearance to suit your interior style, colour scheme or even your mood.