• We will be live this summer on Zoom

    The Circular Design Lab is taking part in Bangkok Design Week 2021! From Workshops to meet and greets - we focus on connecting the community towards positive social impact and climate action! More about our May online events below!

  • Circular Design Lab at Bangkok Design Week
    Schedule of Online Events at a Glance

    1

    Meet and Greet: Social Impact + Climate Action

     

    Tuesday 11 May

    18:00-19:00

    FB Event Link

    Recording Available Here

    2

    Workshop:

    Systems Innovation Design - Part A

     

    Thursday 13 May

    18:00-19:00

    FB Event Link

    Recording Available Here

    3

    Community Panel: 

    Tackling the Plastics Pandemic

     

    Monday 14 June

    18:00-19:30

     

    Recording Available Here

    4

    Workshop:

    Clean Air Futures

     

     

    Wednesday 16 June

    18:00-19:30

    FB Event Link

    Recording Available Here

    5

    Workshop:

    Systems Innovation Design - Part B

     

    Saturday 19 June

    13:00-15:00

    FB Event Link

    Recording Available Here

     

    6

    Meet and Greet: Driving Change Amid the Pandemic

     

    Tuesday 6 July

    18:00-19:00

    FB Event Link

    Zoom Registration Link

    7

    Community Panel: 

    Enabling the Circular Economy

     

    Thursday 8 July

    18:00-19:00

    FB Event Link

    Zoom Registration Link

  • Session Recordings are Below

    Do you have Zoom Fatigue, #FOMO, or a busy schedule? 

    we will record so you can always catch up on your own rhythm!

  • Circular Design Lab Meet & Greet

    The Circular Design Lab is taking part in #BKKDesignWeek! Our first event featured a bit of the CDL's backstory and purpose, as well as sharing from some of our community members. We then held break out small discussion groups where everyone had the chance to connect, share, and talk about what the CDL community might do next (among other things). In case you missed it you can catch up here.

     

    *Want to see who else came? You can check out the Facebook Event Page here.

     

    *live graphic visual credit goes to Severine Clocet, CDL super volunteer! :)

  • Systems Innovation 101 -

    Workshop Part A

    *held live May 13 2021

     

    Part A focused on several core concepts, including ideas that underpin systemic design from systems thinking, the circular economy, and donut economics in an interactive format. This one-hour session will give you something to build on in the next session in June.

  • How Can We Eliminate Plastic Waste? A Panel Discussion with Practitoners

     

    Our June 14 event was split into two sections. The first half featured a panel discussion with a variety of experts sharing ideas for and stories of systems change for plastics. In the latter half, broke out into facilitated discussion groups to give everyone the chance to join the conversation. Thanks to those who came and joined the fun and help push for positive change!

  • Systemic Design for a

    Clean Air Future

    *held live June 16 2021

     

    What are the differences between PM2.5 and PM10? What are the sources of air pollution in Thailand? How can citizens understand the roots of the problem and be a part of advocating solutions? In “Systemic Design for A Clean Air Future: from Air Pollution to Air Assets” workshop organized by Circular Design Lab with the main aim of raising awareness and promoting understanding about air pollution problems, participants will be introduced to critical information about how air pollution affects their health and well-being and take part in initiating solutions through a systemic design process, bearing in mind that we can convert “air pollution” into an “air asset.”

  • Systems Innovation 101 -

    Workshop Part B

    *held live June 19 2021

     

    Part B incorporated new ideas while giving you the chance to practice what you learn and start digging in on a challenge with a small group of participants. For this one we looked at the reports on circularity and the plastics pandemic created in 2020 by WWF and Metabolic for a data driven workshop.