IDES 1001Product Design | Sustainability
What is sustainability?“Development that meets the needs of the present without compromisingthe ability of future generati...
Slow death by rubber duckRick Smith and Bruce Lourie
Walking FamilyAlessandro Loschiavo
Less is moreDieter Rams
Happy customer with new iPhone   Conflict minerals mining in DRC
Is this mouse sustainable?
“Light up your world with light emotions!”
Crystal PS                Lithium batteries           PhosphorJust how bad are disposable light-up drinks glasses really?
38 grams of PS   38 tonnes to landfill
How would you describe these two pictures?
Hyundai Genesishttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HcFMWKThpg
MineralsMetals
MineralsFossils
MineralsConcrete
Salvaged brick   Destroyed concrete
Mining in history    Mining today Manual labour      Mir Mine, Siberia
Conflict mineralsMinerals mined in conditions of armed conflict and human rights abuses
Artisanal mining      Mining todayGuinea, West Africa   Mir Mine, Siberia
Trans-Amazonian HighwayOpened up a great opportunity for further deforestation
AluminumOne of the lightest, most flexible and low toxicity metals
Raw aluminum productionMining waste generated from aluminum production
Lotus by William Harvey CollectionDuVerre die-cast recycled aluminum
Ancient cedar      White cedarCathedral Grove, BC    Ontario
Arbutus BenchPeter Walsh | Victoria, BC
Illegal deforestation            Pole bench       Amazon                   Sebastian Cox                        {sustainab...
Reclaimed wood furniture           Alphabet stools for kids  Ubico Design Studio                  Sascha Grewe            ...
Murano glass bowl   dollar store bowls
Batch of glassContaminated with aluminum particles
The Great Pacific Garbage Patchhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrAShtolieg&feature=related
Oil LCAMost synthetic polymers are co-products of oil
Which type of plastic is your product made out of?
FabricCotton | Nylon | Hemp | Viscose
InterfaceFLORPioneers in sustainable textiles
Synthetic compositesFibers within a matrix {non-biodegradable}
Natural compositesFibers within a matrix {fully biodegradable}
Frameworks of sustainable designLife Cycle AssessmentCradle to CradleBiomimicry
LagoLife Cycle Assessment of furniture
Cradle to CradleWilliam McDonough | Michael Braungart
Cradle to Cradle PrincipleWilliam McDonough | Michael Braungart
Biomimicry: Innovation inspired by natureJanine Benyus
Biomimicry: Innovation inspired by natureJanine Benyus
Overview of design manufacturing and role of sustainability in industrial design.
Overview of design manufacturing and role of sustainability in industrial design.
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  1. 1. IDES 1001Product Design | Sustainability
  2. 2. What is sustainability?“Development that meets the needs of the present without compromisingthe ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” – Bruntland 1987
  3. 3. Slow death by rubber duckRick Smith and Bruce Lourie
  4. 4. Walking FamilyAlessandro Loschiavo
  5. 5. Less is moreDieter Rams
  6. 6. Happy customer with new iPhone Conflict minerals mining in DRC
  7. 7. Is this mouse sustainable?
  8. 8. “Light up your world with light emotions!”
  9. 9. Crystal PS Lithium batteries PhosphorJust how bad are disposable light-up drinks glasses really?
  10. 10. 38 grams of PS 38 tonnes to landfill
  11. 11. How would you describe these two pictures?
  12. 12. Hyundai Genesishttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HcFMWKThpg
  13. 13. MineralsMetals
  14. 14. MineralsFossils
  15. 15. MineralsConcrete
  16. 16. Salvaged brick Destroyed concrete
  17. 17. Mining in history Mining today Manual labour Mir Mine, Siberia
  18. 18. Conflict mineralsMinerals mined in conditions of armed conflict and human rights abuses
  19. 19. Artisanal mining Mining todayGuinea, West Africa Mir Mine, Siberia
  20. 20. Trans-Amazonian HighwayOpened up a great opportunity for further deforestation
  21. 21. AluminumOne of the lightest, most flexible and low toxicity metals
  22. 22. Raw aluminum productionMining waste generated from aluminum production
  23. 23. Lotus by William Harvey CollectionDuVerre die-cast recycled aluminum
  24. 24. Ancient cedar White cedarCathedral Grove, BC Ontario
  25. 25. Arbutus BenchPeter Walsh | Victoria, BC
  26. 26. Illegal deforestation Pole bench Amazon Sebastian Cox {sustainably harvested wood}
  27. 27. Reclaimed wood furniture Alphabet stools for kids Ubico Design Studio Sascha Grewe {non-formaldehyde MDF | No VOC paint}
  28. 28. Murano glass bowl dollar store bowls
  29. 29. Batch of glassContaminated with aluminum particles
  30. 30. The Great Pacific Garbage Patchhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrAShtolieg&feature=related
  31. 31. Oil LCAMost synthetic polymers are co-products of oil
  32. 32. Which type of plastic is your product made out of?
  33. 33. FabricCotton | Nylon | Hemp | Viscose
  34. 34. InterfaceFLORPioneers in sustainable textiles
  35. 35. Synthetic compositesFibers within a matrix {non-biodegradable}
  36. 36. Natural compositesFibers within a matrix {fully biodegradable}
  37. 37. Frameworks of sustainable designLife Cycle AssessmentCradle to CradleBiomimicry
  38. 38. LagoLife Cycle Assessment of furniture
  39. 39. Cradle to CradleWilliam McDonough | Michael Braungart
  40. 40. Cradle to Cradle PrincipleWilliam McDonough | Michael Braungart
  41. 41. Biomimicry: Innovation inspired by natureJanine Benyus
  42. 42. Biomimicry: Innovation inspired by natureJanine Benyus

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