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Week 2!
DesignBy Speculation

26th March 2021


Welcome to the second phase of DesignBy. This month we’ll be sharing some work under the theme of Speculation.

How can you respond to the world around you by researching and identifying future trends or pitfalls? How can you frame your project in the context of speculation by taking on the role and virtues of a speculator?

The designers that we have featured this time respond to these questions in their work, creating powerful and engaging solutions and ideas. Enjoy reading our selection of creative work which challenges the common perceptions of design, using the thought provoking context of speculation. 



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Welcome to Week 1!
DesignBy Education
12th March 2021



Welcome to our brand new website and the first week of DesignBy. For our launch, we thought that we’d start off by sharing some work under the theme of Education.

How can you respond to problems by challenging or inspiring those around you, using traditional teaching principles?
By taking on the role and virtues of an educator, how can you frame your project in the context of education?

The designers we have featured this week respond to these questions in their work, creating powerful and engaging solutions and ideas. Below is our selection of creative work which challenges the common perceptions of design, using the valueable context of education.




An interview with Jack Bardwell, designer and spatial artist, on his creative practice and creating interventions in education.



Observational Practices Lab provokes conversations around observation across disciplines.


Studio Òbelo teaches a children’s workshop at Fondazione Prada.


A teaching tool invented by Andy Neal to help designers battling creative block.


A free educational platform with lectures by leading designers, sharing their experiences.


A science class by Anyways Creative to engage children on a brand’s innovative technology.



An unconventional teaching experiment at the St Martin’s School of Art during the 60s.

Designer Emma Rogan facilitates a large-scale creative initiative for the public.


Welcome to Week 1!
12th March 2021: DesignBy Education 

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