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Glassblowing — just like a design process

Glassblowing — just like a design process

Talk about Venice—and the first thing that pops up in many of our minds is a “City of Water.” Indeed, when I was travelling in Venice during my teens, one thing I found it difficult to believe was that there were such things as “a water police, a water fire station, and a water taxi.” […]

Colouring. Taken by child's parents.

Business Innovation makes parents’ lives easier

A fact about me. I love working with children. Simply interacting with them makes me really happy. In fact, a lot of people have actually asked me why am I in Business, and not Education? Well, I believe taking a degree in Business will still open up a career with children. One day I was […]

(Top Left Corner) Bandra Ohm Residential Tower in India, Piano House in China, ICEHOTEL in Sweden (Top Right Corner)

Innovate

What do all these designs have in common?   Innovation. Something out of the blue. Something interesting. Something that not many people would ideate and think it is feasible enough. Recently, Moura (the professor of Sauder d.studio) shared with our team a really interesting article from 7ideas.net: 21 illustrated idea killers – reasons why creative […]

Credit: Changi Airport Group

Inspiration

Ever wonder what is it like to have technological ideas made into a form of art? ‘Kinetic Rain’, a sculpture made up of 1216 bronze droplets that transforms elegantly into multiple shapes, akin to poetry in motion can be seen in Terminal 1 of Singapore Changi Airport. Credit: http://www.changiairport.com/at-changi/our-terminals/terminal-1 Just watching this piece of artwork through […]

World Class Cities Partnership Summit: overview

World Class Cities Partnership Summit: overview

Barcelona. Lisbon. Vancouver. Haifa. Boston. Hamburg. Lyon. Dublin. What do these great cities have in common?  They are members of the World Class Cities Partnership — a group of medium sized (i.e., not uber-urban conurbations like NY or London or Tokyo) keen on sharing best practices in urban sustainability and collaborating between cities and universities […]

Creative Business Thinking:  finale

Creative Business Thinking: finale

It’s all about using constraints to be more creative.  That was one of the final messages that Balder left the students with during the Creative Business Thinking finale. Looking into the idea of constraints and creativity unearths some good back-up research.  For example, from a team at the University of Amsterdam.  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21875228 Their work is […]