Using Design To Edit Our Lives, Improve Happiness & Reduce Eco-Impact [Video]
Graham Hill speaks to PSFK about how his LifeEdited.org project which will spread ideas on spatial, product, behavioural and systems design.
Graham Hill is expanding on the success he’s had with Treehugger.com, a popular destination for green entrepreneurs and designers. In collaboration with Mutopo and Jovoto, LifeEdited is an open challenge to design life intelligently and optimally, with the smallest footprint. Mr.Hill renovated a 420 square foot space for himself and guests to present compelling frameworks for minimalist living. The project demonstrates the valuable power of doing more with less, which he discussed in detail during his TED talk earlier this year. We sat down for a talk with Graham Hill to gain a more in-depth understanding of the inspiration behind his latest big idea. First watch the TED video below and then check out the conversation with Graham below:
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