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360 Degrees - Charting new territory in sustainable design education

University of Brighton
19 September 2008 00:00 - 21 September 2008 00:00

A conference convened by the Faculty of Arts and Architecture at Brighton University as part of the EU-funded DEEDS Project for Design, Education and Sustainability, aimed at international design and architecture educators engaged in sustainable design education, practitioners interested in higher education & CPD (continuing professional development) in sustainable design, and students of design and architecture.

19th September: 360 Degrees at '100% Sustainable?'
Workshops, presentations, and exhibition visit at the '100% Sustainable?' stand at 100% Design exhibition in Earls Court, London, UK

20th September: 360 Degrees at University of Brighton, Grand Parade Campus

A one-day academic conference in Brighton, UK, on sustainable design education

21st September: 360 Degrees on tour in Sussex
Tour of local eco-architecture sites near Brighton


Speakers include Anne-Marie Willis (D/E/S Team, Australia), Jonathan Crinion (Schumacher College, UK), William Wong (RSA London), Susannah Hagan (University of East London), Alistair Fuad-Luke (author/educator), Rob Holdway (Giraffe Innovation, UK), Karen Blincoe (Schumacher College, UK; ICIS, Denmark; DEEDS Project), and others.

Tour destinations

These include: Woodland Enterprise Centre, Flimwell, East Sussex; the Weald and Downland Museum, West Sussex; and the Earthship, Brighton.

Conference website:
DEEDS Project website:

Call for "Pods"
As part of the conference we call on educators and practitioners to contribute to the PodScape, a web-based platform to share Teaching & Learning resources for sustainable design education, piloted by DEEDS. Submitted Pods will be presented, displayed, and discussed at the conference, and become part of an online body of knowledge and resources in sustainable design education.

For more information and to download the podform and delegates form please go to the conference website (

Tom Ainsworth: University of Brighton, School of Architecture and Design & DEEDS Project,
Karin Jaschke: University of Brighton, School of Architecture and Design & DEEDS Project,
Jo Moulds: DEEDS Project and Environmental Marketing & PR,   

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