Live talk on designing with waste from Southern Sweden Design Days | Dezeen

The founders of Matter Displaced, a new exhibition about designing using waste, will discuss the ideas behind the show in this live talk moderated by Dezeen as part of Southern Sweden Design Days.

Matter Displaced is an exhibition highlighting Nordic designers, studios and companies that find waste materials locally and reuse them to create new designs.

It is taking place as part of Southern Sweden Design Days, a new international design festival in Malmö taking place from 19 to 22 May.

Appearing on the panel are Matter Displaced’s co-founders Melissa Marie, a designer and ceramist, and Anna Gudmundsdottir, an industrial designer at Malmö Upcycling Service.

The exhibition’s parters are additionally represented on the panel by Dag Duberg, Nordic sustainability manager at Tarkett, and Wickie Meier Engström, director and partner at Kvadrat Really.

The panel will be moderated by Dezeen’s deputy editor Cajsa Carlson, and will interrogate the potentials of treating waste as a resource in the design process.

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