We attended an amazing presentation by the team at Space10 as part of the Revo Nordics Study Tour. Based in a former fish wholesalers building in Copenhagen’s old Meat Market Space10 describe themselves as a Future Living Lab and are exploring ways to create a better, more meaningful and sustainable spaces for people. The project is run independently but funded by Ikea as an Innovation Lab with no fixed remit. The model is very much based on an open-source mentality of sharing information and collaborating with a network of experts, whether this be re-inventing the meat ball or looking at “printing” flat pack furniture to reduce the impact of transporting bulky products around the world. Space10 are addressing big issues on a small scale but producing innovative and thought provoking solutions that have the capacity to be scaled on a multi-national basis. This year in September, Space10 is coming to London to open a pop-up store in Shoreditch to explore the consequences of urbanisation and spaces we inhabit.
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