Ezio Manzini is an Italian design strategist, one of the world’s leading experts on sustainable design, author of numerous design books, professor of Industrial Design at Milan Polytechnic, and founder of the DESIS Design for Social Innovation towards Sustainability network of university-based design labs. In part one of this two-part interview, Sarah Brooks spoke with Manzini about his design philosophy “small, local, open and connected” and building innovation at the grassroots level. In this second part, Manzini discusses the issues surrounding design for social innovation, community-supported agriculture, and the business component of Shareable design.
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