Compostmodern 2016


Compostmodern connects designers, scientists, and thought leaders to delve into what is known and what is predicted for our future on this planet. The potential — and urgency — of radical creativity achieved through discovery, new thinking and collaboration has never been greater.

Since its founding in 2003, Compostmodern has been an internationally recognized forum inspiring and guiding designers to transform products, industries and lives through sustainable design. Compostmodern is organized by Rhonda Rubinstein and David Peters.

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2013 Compostmodern conference on Resiliency

AIGA San Francisco

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Thursday January 21
6:15 – 8:00pm


California Academy of Sciences

55 Music Concourse Drive
Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

Jon Foley, Executive Director of the California Academy of Sciences, and Hugh Dubberly, pioneering designer and founder of Dubberly Design Office will offer insights into the state of the planet, the interconnectedness of systems, and the space for designers to tackle wicked problems and make a significant positive impact on our future.

Admission (21+ with ID) includes entry to NightLife, a science-themed party at the Academy of Sciences where you can continue the conversation over cocktails or see the networks of life visualized in a fulldome show.

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presented by AIGA SF

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