If we don’t act now, the next generation won’t have to imagine a world without elephants… they’ll be living in it. We can’t let that happen.
The African Wildlife Foundation is leading a global effort to put a stop to the slaughter of African elephants and other species. Together, we can:
Stop the killing with on-the-ground anti-poaching efforts;
Stop the trafficking using intelligence and law enforcement;
Stop the demand by increasing awareness among consumers.
Don’t let Africa’s wildlife become history. Join the fight to save these majestic creatures before it’s too late.
This December we’ve decided to turn the world upside down. Our world! Each day, under the headline ’Imagine a world without design’, we open a door to our very special advent calendar.
To communicate with a larger audience we need to establish why architecture matters, why it needs to be supported, and why we need to keep educating architects.
For many people, jobs are boring, low-paid, humiliating and increasingly scarce. New Humanist asks three young writers: what if we just did away with them?
One is tempted to call it an anti advent calendar because actually you lose something you already have.
SCI-Arc has produced a new short film that serves as a reminder of the role of architecture in everyday life and begs the question: Can you imagine a world without architecture?
The film differs from typical messaging coming from architecture, arguably both the academic and professional communities. Instead of exploring elevations and tectonics, the video uses terms like beauty, humanity, and heights to reference architecture’s role in the world.
We have gone all the way! We bring matters to a head and test our thesis with a Christmas twinkle in our eye. What would the world look like without design? First and foremost, we train our 350 students to come up with solutions to specific problems and challenges. Yet, the solutions must make sense to others. Creating a technically sound solution or a solution that is able to attract investors is not enough. The real judge when a designer creates solutions is the user. That YOU think the solution makes sense.