Danish Design Centre is part of the Fab City Initiative
Fab City comprises a Network of 28 cities, a core Collective and is governed by The Fab City Foundation in collaboration with the Danish Design Center, represented in the foundation’s supervisory board by Programme Director Julie Hjort.
The Danish Design Centre has been part of Fab City since 2016 and have supported the work of pushing for more locally productive, people-centred and economically sustainable cities. E.g. by hosting the Fab City Summit in 2017 together with The City of Copenhagen and actively contributing to Fab City initiated projects such as the Distributed Design Market Platform, SISCODE - Co-design for Society Innovation in Science and REFLOW - Constructive Metabolic Processes for Material Flows in Urban and Peri-urban Environments across Europe. Moreover, the Danish Design Centre, with the lead of Director of Digital and Future Thinking Christian Villum, has spearheaded ambitious work to support the implementation of open-source business models in the manufacturing industry with the REMODEL programme.
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