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Seagrass meadows are twice as effective as forests at capturing and storing carbon, but human activities have caused them to gradually disappear over the last few decades. We take a nature-centered design approach on contextual inquiry and collaborative designs methods to consolidate knowledge from marine and material sciences to industrial design. This pictorial documents a dialogue between designers and scientists to co-create an ecological intervention using digital fabrication to manufacture morphing ceramics for seagrass meadow restoration.

When: 2022

Where: --

With: Rachel Arredondo, Ofri Dar, Kylon Chiang, Lining Yao

Blue ceramics



Architect by profession,

interdisciplinary designer by heart

Arielle Blonder

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