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Design defines the way we make, take, and waste in our society. The Circle Economy Design Program strives to innovate and enable the incorporation of circular design. We work to embed systems thinking in the creation process, and at the same time, focus on ways to increase supply chain collaboration in order for design to be embedded systems. As a result, this will have a huge impact on the way we produce products and makes a circular economy possible.A lot has been happening at Circle Economy in the past months related to circular design. We hosted a workshop about circular design principles at Dutch Design Week in 2014 and launched a virtual follow-up in February - join the discussion through our Circular Design Virtual Roundtable.Are you interested in benefiting from circular design models, being a case example of circular design, or seeing how you can use circular design tools in your business? Contact us to start a project.This year we will continue work on exciting projects to expand the reach of circular design thinking, including:

  • Project CIRCO: Business through Circular Design soon kicks off! In the coming year. Circle Economy will be helping to guide Dutch manufacturing companies and designers towards innovating circular products and business models.
  • The Designers in the Circular Economy project investigates established definitions of design and explores how designers can reshape their role by utilizing opportunities that arise in a circular economy.
  • The Tooling & Knowledge Project aims to generate circular design case studies, collect knowledge on circular design, and create tools to enable designers to implement circular design. Special focus includes Design for Remanufacturing and Circular Service Design.

Contact Katherine Whalen, Design Program lead, to learn more and see how you can join the CE Circular Design Program.

March 9, 2015

Join the Circle Economy Design Program!

Design defines the way we make, take, and waste in our society. The Circle Economy Design Program strives to innovate and enable the incorporation of circular design. We work to embed systems thinking in the creation process, and at the same time, focus on ways to increase supply chain collaboration in order for design to be embedded systems. As a result, this will have a huge impact on the way we produce products and makes a circular economy possible.

Design defines the way we make, take, and waste in our society. The Circle Economy Design Program strives to innovate and enable the incorporation of circular design. We work to embed systems thinking in the creation process, and at the same time, focus on ways to increase supply chain collaboration in order for design to be embedded systems. As a result, this will have a huge impact on the way we produce products and makes a circular economy possible.A lot has been happening at Circle Economy in the past months related to circular design. We hosted a workshop about circular design principles at Dutch Design Week in 2014 and launched a virtual follow-up in February - join the discussion through our Circular Design Virtual Roundtable.Are you interested in benefiting from circular design models, being a case example of circular design, or seeing how you can use circular design tools in your business? Contact us to start a project.This year we will continue work on exciting projects to expand the reach of circular design thinking, including:

  • Project CIRCO: Business through Circular Design soon kicks off! In the coming year. Circle Economy will be helping to guide Dutch manufacturing companies and designers towards innovating circular products and business models.
  • The Designers in the Circular Economy project investigates established definitions of design and explores how designers can reshape their role by utilizing opportunities that arise in a circular economy.
  • The Tooling & Knowledge Project aims to generate circular design case studies, collect knowledge on circular design, and create tools to enable designers to implement circular design. Special focus includes Design for Remanufacturing and Circular Service Design.

Contact Katherine Whalen, Design Program lead, to learn more and see how you can join the CE Circular Design Program.

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December 5, 2019

Join the Circle Economy Design Program!

Join the Circle Economy Design Program!

Design defines the way we make, take, and waste in our society. The Circle Economy Design Program strives to innovate and enable the incorporation of circular design. We work to embed systems thinking in the creation process, and at the same time, focus on ways to increase supply chain collaboration in order for design to be embedded systems. As a result, this will have a huge impact on the way we produce products and makes a circular economy possible.A lot has been happening at Circle Economy in the past months related to circular design. We hosted a workshop about circular design principles at Dutch Design Week in 2014 and launched a virtual follow-up in February - join the discussion through our Circular Design Virtual Roundtable.Are you interested in benefiting from circular design models, being a case example of circular design, or seeing how you can use circular design tools in your business? Contact us to start a project.This year we will continue work on exciting projects to expand the reach of circular design thinking, including:

  • Project CIRCO: Business through Circular Design soon kicks off! In the coming year. Circle Economy will be helping to guide Dutch manufacturing companies and designers towards innovating circular products and business models.
  • The Designers in the Circular Economy project investigates established definitions of design and explores how designers can reshape their role by utilizing opportunities that arise in a circular economy.
  • The Tooling & Knowledge Project aims to generate circular design case studies, collect knowledge on circular design, and create tools to enable designers to implement circular design. Special focus includes Design for Remanufacturing and Circular Service Design.

Contact Katherine Whalen, Design Program lead, to learn more and see how you can join the CE Circular Design Program.

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Design defines the way we make, take, and waste in our society. The Circle Economy Design Program strives to innovate and enable the incorporation of circular design. We work to embed systems thinking in the creation process, and at the same time, focus on ways to increase supply chain collaboration in order for design to be embedded systems. As a result, this will have a huge impact on the way we produce products and makes a circular economy possible.A lot has been happening at Circle Economy in the past months related to circular design. We hosted a workshop about circular design principles at Dutch Design Week in 2014 and launched a virtual follow-up in February - join the discussion through our Circular Design Virtual Roundtable.Are you interested in benefiting from circular design models, being a case example of circular design, or seeing how you can use circular design tools in your business? Contact us to start a project.This year we will continue work on exciting projects to expand the reach of circular design thinking, including:

  • Project CIRCO: Business through Circular Design soon kicks off! In the coming year. Circle Economy will be helping to guide Dutch manufacturing companies and designers towards innovating circular products and business models.
  • The Designers in the Circular Economy project investigates established definitions of design and explores how designers can reshape their role by utilizing opportunities that arise in a circular economy.
  • The Tooling & Knowledge Project aims to generate circular design case studies, collect knowledge on circular design, and create tools to enable designers to implement circular design. Special focus includes Design for Remanufacturing and Circular Service Design.

Contact Katherine Whalen, Design Program lead, to learn more and see how you can join the CE Circular Design Program.

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Design defines the way we make, take, and waste in our society. The Circle Economy Design Program strives to innovate and enable the incorporation of circular design. We work to embed systems thinking in the creation process, and at the same time, focus on ways to increase supply chain collaboration in order for design to be embedded systems. As a result, this will have a huge impact on the way we produce products and makes a circular economy possible.A lot has been happening at Circle Economy in the past months related to circular design. We hosted a workshop about circular design principles at Dutch Design Week in 2014 and launched a virtual follow-up in February - join the discussion through our Circular Design Virtual Roundtable.Are you interested in benefiting from circular design models, being a case example of circular design, or seeing how you can use circular design tools in your business? Contact us to start a project.This year we will continue work on exciting projects to expand the reach of circular design thinking, including:

  • Project CIRCO: Business through Circular Design soon kicks off! In the coming year. Circle Economy will be helping to guide Dutch manufacturing companies and designers towards innovating circular products and business models.
  • The Designers in the Circular Economy project investigates established definitions of design and explores how designers can reshape their role by utilizing opportunities that arise in a circular economy.
  • The Tooling & Knowledge Project aims to generate circular design case studies, collect knowledge on circular design, and create tools to enable designers to implement circular design. Special focus includes Design for Remanufacturing and Circular Service Design.

Contact Katherine Whalen, Design Program lead, to learn more and see how you can join the CE Circular Design Program.

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