Service designer, Livework
Tobias Löhe is a design generalist with backgrounds in mechanical engineering and product design. Over the last 7 years he has been exploring and engaging in projects touching on challenges in the urban context and build environment. From mobility concepts, to social systemic issues, and participatory approaches. Recently, he has increasingly been asking himself what is is beyond-human-centricity.
As a service designer at Livework he supports clients in developing their strategies, service propositions and capabilities for the long-term. He focuses on combining service design with speculative methodologies to provoke new visions of the future, drive alternative perspectives and establish tools and methods towards more sustainable futures. His work is defined by deep contextual rabbit holes, loads of prototypes and a firm conviction of nature based perspectives and approaches.
'From collection of buildings to collective of services'
The greatest challenges of our century (climate change, the pandemic, the imminent war) are making us radically reconsider the way we have been conducting life and business so far. Many of the paradigms of our social, economical, environmental systems are deeply challenged by the need to move towards a regeneration of our living system, prompting us to create room for new connections and for new orders to be established.
As hostesses to more than half of the world population and rising, cities have a great role and responsibility in this transition. In order to move towards caring, resilient and regenerative cities we have to rethink and evolve our approach to urban development and transformation... more >
Saturday, September 17, 15:00
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