Dezeen Day is an international architecture, interiors and design conference that will be held in London on 30 October 2019.
The conference will aim to set the agenda for the global design community, tackling key topics including circular design, new materials and education.
Andrew Morlet, chief executive of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, will speak at Dezeen Day about how architects and designers can help transform the global economy from a linear model to a circular one.
Morlet will explain the foundation's mission to "inspire a generation to re-think, re-design and build a positive future circular economy".
He joins a growing list of speakers at Dezeen Day, our international architecture and design conference taking place in London on 30 October.
The circular economy is an economic system that generates no waste or pollution, with materials being reused again and again rather than used once and thrown away. It also works in harmony with nature, nurturing natural systems rather than exploiting them or degrading them. (...)
Source : Dezeen website