No_Code The New Visionaries

No_Code The New Visionaries
Tod's No_Code, Jeffrey Schnapp
NZ$ 165.00
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NZ$ 132.00
h300 x 225mm - 192pg
6 Sep 2022 IT
Locally sourced in NZ eta 7-15 days
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The world is full of people who can inspire us, but their legacies are really defined by whether or not they are true visionaries. Beyond their ideas or words, this is determined by their projects and the tangible consequences of their actions on our way of living and thinking in the contemporary world. After the previous project on Silicon Valley, this book on new visionaries aims to establish who can be defined as such. The book therefore presents a selection of new talents who have distinguished themselves in different fields (design, research, eco-sustainability, architecture, thinkers, food, NFTs, etc. ), and who promise to carry on the legacies of past visionaries, entering our imagination as visionaries of the future. These include: Yves Behar, founder of Fuseproject and venture design pioneer; Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg, a young researcher who has won multiple awards for her contributions to design, science, and synthetic biology; David Gruber, a marine biologist who has been collaborating with Harvard MicroRobotics since 2015 to develop various robotic devices.
No_Code is an intersectional project conceived by the italian luxury group Tod' s. Born in November 2018, No Code interprets social changes in contemporary society, thoughts and ideas on topics which are translated into timely and suitable products of the moment. Jeffrey Shnapp is a professor at Harvard and a pioneer in various fields of transdisciplinary research, including digital humanities. He edited the books FuturPiaggio and Moto Guzzi 100 Years for Rizzoli.

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