25.02. | Hackathon #2 - Prototyping the machine

Sunday, 25. February 2018 - 13:00 to 18:00

We are building a machine! Using methods from Design Thinking we want to approach the design of a production line for our diaper inlays. Together with you!

Do you want to learn something about Design Thinking?
Do want to help avoiding diaper waste?

Then, come to our workshop!
on 25. February 2018, from 13-18h
at the Zollgarage of the former Tempelhof airport (Platz der Luftbrücke 4-6, 12101 Berlin)
 

DYCLE's goal for this year is to build low-tech machinery that will enable parents to produce compostable diaper inlays from local resources. This hackathon will be one step towards that goal. We will make prototypes from cardboard, paper and found things to imagine and understand the whole assembly line.

The workshop is open for everyone. No special qualification is needed. We learn together and create for the future. If you like to tinker and develop ideas, this will be for you!

If you are interested to come, please register here. (or send an email to hello@dycle.org). Thank you!

 

The Hackathon will be supported by industrial designer Tom Snow.

Director of designContext, and systemic designer, with 15 years of experience working in industry and as a consultant, as an industrial designer and concept-design manager in innovation and the circular economy.

Since 2008, his work evolved from technology and product development into more technical circular-economy projects, from Advanced Services, to Remanufacturing, to Internet-of-Things (I.O.T); and from 2014 the scope has been enlarged, through longer-term studies in Human Development, Economics, Ecology, and Regenerative Agriculture.

He will give some input from his background and experience. We are very happy to have him here!
 

Place:
Zollgarage of the former Tempelhof airport
Platz der Luftbrücke 4-6
12101 Berlin

You can find a map at the registration page.

How to find us in the building:

 

This  workshop is part of the project "DYCLE - Humus instead of diaper waste", supported by Jugend- und Familienstiftung Berlin
(youth and family foundation of the city of Berlin)

Logo Jugend- und Familienstiftung Berlin

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