Open Education and Openingup Slovenia // by Davor Orlic (Part 1)

Open Education and Openingup Slovenia // by Davor Orlic (Part 1)

Recent years have witnessed ground-breaking developments in the field of education and training. New forms of education are being created as we are witnessing a tremendous increase in the number of educational programs and online resources that are either available for free or chargeable.

Knowledge is also available to all, everywhere, all the time. Education is thus becoming increasingly "open".

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Open Education and Openingup Slovenia // by Davor Orlic (Part 2)

Open Education and Openingup Slovenia  // by Davor Orlic (Part 2)

Recent years have witnessed ground-breaking developments in the field of education and training. New forms of education are being created as we are witnessing a tremendous increase in the number of educational programs and online resources that are either available for free or chargeable.

Knowledge is also available to all, everywhere, all the time. Education is thus becoming increasingly "open".

 

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How local influences drive design in the digital age // by Paolo Cardini (Part 1)

How local influences drive design in the digital age // by Paolo Cardini (Part 1)

In the Third Industrial Revolution, digital manufacturing and self-production allow objects to be designed and produced anywhere at anytime. It's the regional innovations and variations that keep design relevant our hyper-connected digital age.

Paolo Cardini, Associate Professor in Industrial Design at RISD, asks himself how local influences drive design in the digital age.

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How local influences drive design in the digital age // by Paolo Cardini (Part 2)

How local influences drive design in the digital age // by Paolo Cardini (Part 2)

In the Third Industrial Revolution, digital manufacturing and self-production allow objects to be designed and produced anywhere at anytime. It's the regional innovations and variations that keep design relevant our hyper-connected digital age.

Paolo Cardini, Associate Professor in Industrial Design at RISD, asks himself how local influences drive design in the digital age.

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RISD. Rhode Island School of Design // An introduction

RISD. Rhode Island School of Design // An introduction

RISD has consistently upheld its mission to educate the public about the vital role of art and design in society. Today, the RISD community remains committed to the belief that the arts and design, in concert with fields like science and technology, will bring about the global innovation needed in the 21st century.

 

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Vom "Dritten Ort" zum "Place of Me" - Gestaltung moderner Arbeits- und Freizeitwelten

Vom "Dritten Ort" zum "Place of Me" - Gestaltung moderner Arbeits- und Freizeitwelten

Was sind Dritte Orte heute? Gibt es überhaupt noch Raum für einen gebauten Dritten Ort? Unser "Streben nach Erleben" prägt die Erwartungshaltung, mit der wir "unsere Wahl" für Lebens,- Arbeits- und Freizeitwelten heute treffen.

Wie sollte ein moderner Dritter Ort gestaltet sein und was hat der Zoo Hannover mit dem MTV Headquarter in Berlin gemein?

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"Working together makes work better." // The Locus Workspace Founder Will Bennis in conversation with Jan Bathel

"Working together makes work better." // The Locus Workspace Founder Will Bennis in conversation with Jan Bathel

A good structure and room layout is indispensable if you aim to help people being successful at their work. Will Bennis, founder of the Locus Workspace Prague really had a thought on how his coworking space can contribute the most to the workflow of it’s members.

REVUE co-publisher Jan Bathel had a talk with him to find out how he deals with the challenges of running a creative space.

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"It must be fun - if it is not fun, you miss the whole point." // The Ski Locker Co-Founder Petter Wallberg in conversation with Jan Bathel

"It must be fun - if it is not fun, you miss the whole point." // The Ski Locker Co-Founder Petter Wallberg in conversation with Jan Bathel

Sometimes the best ideas for our work come during vacation when we let our minds wander and we are relaxed and satisfied. Petter Wallberg, his partners his partners Patrik Spathon and Nicola Louise Broom wondered how they could integrate this feeling of happiness into their everyday worklife and founded The Ski Locker in Chamonix.

REVUE's co-publisher Jan Bathel shouldered his mental skies and joined Petter on a cruise through a place where hard working sports lover come together to just do what they are good at.

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“There is no substitute for total commitment.” // The Fremantle Fibonacci Centre-Co-Founder Robby Lang in conversation with Jan Bathel

“There is no substitute for total commitment.” // The Fremantle Fibonacci Centre-Co-Founder Robby Lang in conversation with Jan Bathel

After years of producing inanimate and functional objects, Local Wrought Iron sculptor and designer Robby Lang recognised that a much more lasting and significantly positive impact could be made on the greater community by producing something of intrinsic value to everyone and therefore he founded the Community Hub The Fremantle Fibonacci Centre.

REVUE's Co-Publisher Jan Bathel, asked him about the pleasures and struggles of running a place aiming to connect the strenght of artists and makers and why "there is no substitute for total commitment".

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“Creative thinking is not a single game.” // LOFFICE Co- Founder Kata Klementz in conversation with Jan Bathel

“Creative thinking is not a single game.” // LOFFICE Co- Founder Kata Klementz in conversation with Jan Bathel

Together with her sister Panni, Kata Klementz founded LOFFICE Budapest and LOFFICE Wien. When LOFFICE Budapest was opened in 2009 they were pioneers and dreamed about introducing a new way of working to as many Hungarians as possible. In 2014 they won, among others, the Coworking Office of the Year Prize. REVUE's co-publisher Jan Bathel asked Kata about the lessons she learned and why "Creative thinking is not a single game."

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“It’s Not About Work Anymore” // Coworklisboa-Founder Fernando Mendes in conversation with Jan Bathel

“It’s Not About Work Anymore” // Coworklisboa-Founder Fernando Mendes in conversation with Jan Bathel

After having worked as a designer for nearly 2 decades, Fernando Mendes realized that working alone was not half as inspiring and exciting as working with others. Reason enough for him to found a coworking space together with his wife Ana Dias back in 2009: Coworklisboa, the first large coworking space in Lisbon and Portugal. With REVUE's co-publisher Jan Bathel, he talks about how he induces creativity, human bonds and a motivation to work that is "not about work anymore".

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We are creative space explorers!

Ignore Gravity is on a mission to find and connect the most amazing creative spaces in the world. A diverse ambassador network of curious people are all exploring the links between creativity, space, community and collaboration in order to make these spaces thrive. Ignore Gravity  want their Creative Space Explorer Map to become a compendium of the world’s most inspiring creative spaces and a true source of knowledge and inspiration for the people that run such spaces.

REVUE believes the community of people that care about creative spaces knows best which ones actually pose a valuable lesson to others. If you spread out over the planet in coworking spaces, futures-focussed non-profits, corporate innovation labs, outlier university institutions, alternative business schools or hacker spaces REVUE urge you to put your knowledge on the map and add your favorite creative spaces.

Jan Bathel will interview creative space founders, mindful hosts, radical innovators, community builders, artists & corporate innovation strategists to collect and share the knowledge, stories and learnings of how to make a creative space come alive.