How can science empower designers to build a more sustainable world?
Dassault Systèmes invites you to a series of talks around sustainable design and innovation, developed in collaboration with Dezeen.
Design for Life is a collaboration between Dezeen and Dassault Systèmes focusing on how science and technology can empower designers to build a better, more sustainable world.
After a lively inaugural session, we deep dive into the world of 5 inspiring designers and creatives, all working with science and technology to harness sustainable change in their industries. We wrap up with a conversation on nature, architecture & technology.
Arthur Mamou-Mani, Anne Asensio and Marcus Fairs share their vision on how technologies can foster human and sustainable innovation, and support designers' creativity.
Digital twins, which are also known as virtual twins, are virtual counterparts to real-world objects or processes.
Existing alongside their real-world siblings, digital twins can be used to represent a physical object or its process and to monitor what is happening in the real version as a testbed to explore the impact of proposed improvements or unexpected changes.
According to Anne Asensio, this emerging technology will enable architects and designers to demonstrate the full life cycle of a product, a service or an experience.