About the DAIM blog

This blog reports on the process of the DAIM project, the objective of which is to develop a Design Anthropological Innovation Model. The project is based at the Danish Design School, but partners with SPIRE and two leading Danish design consultancies 1508 and 3PART. In the project’s first phase Arkitema also took part. Further, the project partner network includes three international consultancies: MakeTools, SWECO FFNS, and Ergonomidesign.

The Design Anthropological Innovation Model is developed through a pilot project on waste handling understood as a broad societal problem. We work closely with the Danish incineration facility Vestforbrænding to engage citizens and various stakeholders in the waste industry in an effort towards waste reduction and increased recycling of materials.

DAIM is funded by the Danish Government’s programme for User-driven innovation.

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One Response to “About the DAIM blog”

  1. adam Says:

    I LOVE DAIM!!!!!!!!

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