Barbara Kaucky from Erect Architecture talks about their work with playgrounds around the London area, creating places for self direct playing and learning. They decided to create this project because children today are already suffering from the effects of physical inactivity. Therefore, they want to increase the awareness of active playing and how this could benefit the lives of the children in a long term.
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BY SHAWN GARDNER
@ VOL 9
ON SEP 18, 2012
Author and father of four Shawn Gardner works with 2NOT1, an organization focused on emphasizing the importance of fathers in the family unit. Through this organization he is trying to change the lives of children for the better by encouraging fathers to take responsibility for their kids' upbringing.
"Presentation of the Day" on November 7, 2013.
Playgrounds and Stools
BY ASTRID KLEIN AND MARK DYTHAM
@ VOL 108
ON NOV 06, 2013
Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham present two of their team's projects. One is an indoor playground for kids in the tsunami-destroyed region of eastern Japan. The other is a sea of stools, designed to look like grass, for Artek's elephant in Ginza. (In Japanese)
Designing to Get Fit
BY LISA WOO
@ FIT LONDON
ON JUL 24, 2014
Lisa Woo starts her talk with the shocking number of 9 – a quarter of British adults walk for fewer than 9 minutes a day. Lisa then introduces simple, playful ways in which the design can makes be more active and have fun at the same time, having a better life as a result.
What does our physical space look like in the digital era?
BY HOT POP FACTORY
@ VOL 31
ON DEC 04, 2014
As the digital life is moving faster than our physical life, Biying Mao and her company Hot Pop Factory has started using digital means to disrupt the physical design process. Rather than designing form, they are using computational design to design rules and parameters, similar to computer programming.
Mental Rescue Society, Redefining the Conversation Around Mental Health
BY QUINN OHLER
@ VOL 25
ON JUN 09, 2016
"It's no surprise that there's a stigma around mental illness. Things are starting to change, but they need to change quicker."
Everyday thousands of people struggle to achieve what they feel is their definition of normal. Quinn Ohler is a member of Mental Rescue, a group of like-minded individuals bringing light to the shadows of mental health, by promoting physical and mental well-being.