Seaweed, an abundant natural resource which has the potential to transform the design industry. From textiles to lampshades, yarn for rugs to natural dyes, algae can even be employed as architectural cladding or even an as energy source to power buildings.
Climate change, demography, nuclear war, migrations. Following the experts opinion, in the coming decades we are going to face huge challenges. And for the first time in history, we are dealing with our survival.
Voracious bookworms we are here at The Together Project, so you can count on us to advise on the most moving and profound tomes that will quite literally make you see the world in a new light. Find our round up below.
Working as a consultant for Save The Elephants and the Elephant Crisis Fund, wildlife photographer Jane Wynyard has witnessed, and lensed, moments in nature one can only dream of. She shares her thoughts on her path to wildlife photography, the power of nature, and her hopes for the future of the planet.
Australian filmmaker Dom West is obsessed with rollerblading, and has made it his personal mission to capture the myriad micro-communities equally obsessed with the trend around the world. We were captivated by his film of such a community in Lagos, Nigeria, of a young local inline skating community expressing themselves atop skates.
Stefan Hunt is utterly inspiring. He’s your typical larrikin happy-go-lucky Aussie, but there’s a lot of depth to his joyous, playful nature, and filmmaking. He’s whip-smart, wise and visionary. The infectious optimism and warmth that radiates from Hunt is why we absolutely had to profile him on The Together Project.
Jane Wynyard’ story is beyond inspiring. We were privileged enough to quiz her incredible brain for this exclusive Q&A for The Together Project.
In the last few years there has been an explosion of designers and architects employing both physical sustainable building practices into their work and incorporating the concept of biophilic design. Read on to discover how.
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