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The Next Space is an iterative think-tank about the future of spatial design conceived by Frame. The event debuted in Eindhoven on 21 October, coinciding with Dutch Design Week.

On these pages you will find the recordings of the keynotes as well as other cooperation formats of IBA and Frame.

The Next Space - THE JOURNEY AHEAD

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Robert Thiemann introduces us to the kick-off event of the NEXT SPACE series which is Frames iterative think-tank about the future of spatial design. He explains what this day will be all about because "We now need to act" due to the current dramatic climate developments around the globe. The design industry has taken up the design task, but so far fails to act on the fields of sustainability, environmental awareness and human centricity.

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The Next Space - A PLAN FOR THE PLANET

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Patrick Frick, Lead Facilitator at Global Commons Alliance, explains the unpopular but therefore important scientific findings on the dramatic impact of humans on the Earth. We have degenerated our global commons that keep our world resilient. Through the Global Commons Alliance, the world's major environmental organizations across all sectors are gathering to protect these commons.

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The Next Space - THE HEALING CITY

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Kurt Ward, Senior Design Director at Philips Healthcare, comes up with exciting insights into tomorrow's healthcare system and how the sector is already working on various solutions to provide better care to more people and make processes more efficient. He provides us with not only a range of interesting facts about the impact of harmful substances on our wellbeing but also latest innovations to save and use spaces.

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The Next Space - THE EDIBLE CITY

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Eveline van Leeuwen, Scientific Director at the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions (AMS), is an expert in urban economics and turns the spotlight on urban agriculture and urban food space by explaining what the rise of urban agriculture means for the way cities will be planned and experienced in the future. She outlines practical behavioral and procedural changes such as waste avoidance, sustainable production and dietary changes that each of us can gradually implement into our daily lives.

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The Next Space - THE SHARED CITY

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Pieter Kool, founder of Carbon Studio, decided already 12 years ago to bring a dream into reality together with a group of people - a floating neighborhood in the middle of Amsterdam. This impressive project not only took time and effort, but also required a set of interpersonal rules that make the community work well together. An impressive story with ups and downs that inspires the listener to follow suit.

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Home Office videos
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