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Understanding the environmental impact of their work is essential for designers practicing today.

Sustainability Articles

Michael Reed, 2016 SEGD Fellow
2016 SEGD Fellow Michael Reed of Mayer/Reed—For the Greater Good

Over a career that spans more than 40 years, Michael Reed has helped shape a wide variety of public spaces, from airports to courthouses and from urban bike trails to homeless shelters. His humanist approach to design has touched them all—weaving story with place and people to create spaces that respect and improve the quality of life for those using them.

Photo of Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, Brisbane Australia
Living Tree Creates a New Kind of Patient Experience at Brisbane Hospital
Motorola Mobility Chicago office
Motorola's Hack Couture

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Pipe Dreaming at FESTA
Pipe Dreaming at FESTA
An interactive waste system with three receptacles (for compost, recycle and landfill) each of which is connected to a digital scale, microcomputer and digital screen.
Smart Bins
Vase Public Installation
Vase Public Installation
Central Park Trash and Recycling Receptacles
Central Park Trash and Recycling Receptacles

SEGD Talks - Sustainability videos

Dr. Harold Wanless w/ Benatuil intro + Dialogue -Sea Level Rise and the Impact on Design
Dr. Harold Wanless w/ Benatuil intro + Dialogue -Sea Level Rise and the Impact on Design

Sustainability Academic Research

The Sustainable Challenges and Opportunities in Environmental Graphic Design

Sustainability Firms

The Buzz: Sustainability Web Links

Sustainability News

Populous and National Geographic collaborate on ‘The Stadium of Tomorrow’ © Photographer / National Geographic
Populous and National Geographic collaborate on ‘The Stadium of Tomorrow’

Populous was delighted to team up with National Geographic magazineto imagine a vision of the future for stadium design, exploring how technology will transform the spectator experience. 

Buro North for Virgin
Büro North Wins a Seventh Melbourne Design Award

To address the very narrow space of the check-in hall at Perth Airport, Büro North developed a staged delivery of information aligning to the steps passengers are required to complete through the check-in process. In addition, Büro North’s evidence-based wayfinding approach to the project reduced the number of signs planned for the project by approximately 30%.