The website of the K2 Asian Laboratory for Design-Driven Innovation and id KAIST has been opened to the public.
What is K2?
K2 is an Asian design laboratory that will be launched in the spring of 2017 through the cooperation of the Kyushu University School of Design and id KAIST in Korea. It was realized through the cooperative efforts of the world’s top-class researchers, designers, technicians, thinkers, and visionaries that came together through the international network base of the two schools and was launched as a project with a global perspective in order to promote innovative creation, visionary proposals, and leading creative education.
Winter School 2017：
A practical program for envisioning future cities entitled “Designing Future Cities” will be held in a studio setting through cooperation with the University. The General Director will be Brian Boyer, who has worked on leading urban innovation projects such as the Helsinki Design Lab. Students and instructors from Kyushu University, KAIST, and the world’s top-class universities will come together for one week to consider the future of cities in cooperation with this project.
See the website listed below for details.