The Designers Accord Sustainability in 7 video series delivers a daily dose of design inspiration by today's leading sustainability experts. Join in the conversation as they share 7 things every designer should consider when integrating sustainability into design practice.
For our final Sustainability in 7, Core77's very own Allan Chochinov sets the record straight on seven common misconceptions about sustainability and the discipline of design. Definitely a must-see for anyone interested in designing a better, more sustainable prosperous future.
Allan touches on many of the topics that our other guests have discussed at greater length over the past three weeks; you can always revisit previous videos here. Thanks for watching!
About Allan Chochinov
Allan Chochinov is a partner at Core77, a New York-based design network supporting the global design community. Chochinov serves as the editor-in-chief of Core77.com, Coroflot.com, and DesignDirectory.com; he also serves as an advisor to the Designers Accord. He writes and lectures widely on the impact of design on contemporary culture, and is the chair of the new MFA in Products of Design at SVA.
The Designers Accord is a global coalition of designers, educators, and business leaders working together to create positive environmental and social impact. Adopters of the Designers Accord commit to five guidelines that provide collective and individual ways to integrate sustainability into design. The Designers Accord provides a participatory platform with online and offline manifestations so that members have access to a community of peers who share methodologies, resources, and experiences around environmental and social issues in design.