Remaking The Way We Make Things

In a previous post, I made reference to the PBS series e2: the economies of being environmentally conscious. William McDonough is featured in a number of the documentaries as an expert on environmentally intelligent solutions for architecture, urbanism, industrial design and sustainability.

His 2002 book, Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things is a manifesto calling a complete re-examination of we live and consume. He challenges designers to create in a way which allows nature and commerce to fruitfully co-exist, a system where products can be used, recycled and used again without degrading in quality, “upcycling

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