More From Bryan Boyer, Justin W. Cook, Marco Steinberg

Brickstarter By Dan Hill, Bryan Boyer
Paperback: $24.00
Ships in 3-5 business days
(1 Ratings)
Brickstarter is a prototype for a 21st century social service, described in this book. It proposes a new model for how we make shared decisions about shared spaces. Brickstarter tests the exciting... More > potential of crowdfunding and crowdsourcing against the practical realities of debating, governing, investing in, and ultimately delivering the built environment. This service doesn’t exist yet, though we purposefully talk about it as if it does. Brickstarter was executed as a prototype and a provocation intended to bring attention to both the exciting potential and the difficulties of working at the intersection of technology and urban environments. This book gives you the tools to take it forward. Will Brickstarter be built by you?< Less
In Studio: Recipes for Systemic Change By Bryan Boyer, Justin W. Cook, Marco Steinberg
Paperback: $12.73
Ships in 3-5 business days
This book explores the HDL Studio Model, a unique way of bringing together the right people, a carefully framed problem, a supportive place, and an open-ended process to craft an integrated vision... More > and sketch the pathway towards strategic improvement. It's particularly geared towards problems that have no single owner. The book includes an introduction to Strategic Design, a "how-to" manual for organizing Studios, and three practical examples of what an HDL Studio looks like in action. Geoff Mulgan, CEO of NESTA, has written the foreword and Mikko Kosonen, President of Sitra, contributed the afterword. More at:< Less
From Shelter to Equity: Designing social housing but building wealth By Bryan Boyer, Justin W. Cook
Paperback: $10.55
Ships in 3-5 business days
A multi-disciplinary team led by the architects of Elemental design a radical new typology of social housing that is able to grow over time, both in size and in value. We see how they practice... More > strategic design, discovering along the way that: A realistic look at the status quo can inspire new design solutions that address higher-order challenges Participatory processes should be carefully designed not to make promises that are too big to keep Savvy engagement with the media is useful to generate political capital necessary to launch an unconventional design More at:< Less
Thinking Big By Starting Small: Designing pathways to successful waste management in India and beyond By Bryan Boyer, Justin W. Cook
Paperback: $9.10
Ships in 3-5 business days
A group of designers in Bangalore, India create a social enterprise that offers products and services to enable citizens to deal with their own household waste. We see how they practice strategic... More > design, discovering along the way that: Redefining the boundaries of the problem uncovers opportunities for innovation Communications and education are integral aspects of the work of a social enterprises Local sourcing and an iterative design method enable rapid innovation More at:< Less