Design is coming out from behind closed doors to perform in full view for the public. This live performance trend in design has already happened in many top restaurants, where chefs display their craft in open kitchens. How might opening up the design process change the way we think about design?
An article in the current issue of Wallpaper* explores this trend, citing some good examples of live performance happening in the design world:
1. Neville Brody’s Anti Design Festival – this London event featured real-time design and printing in response to unfolding events.
2. Craft Punk – a collaboration between Design Miami and Fendi.
3. Studio Glithero