An online vote has defined the winner of the Public Vote Award in the “Second Life of Things in Design” competition.We are happy to announce that the award goes to Fernanda Ordorica Bechelany, a student of National School of Architecture, Art and Design at Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico, for her Agave Bioplastic project
BE OPEN announces the winner of #BEOPENThinkFuture online challenge in support of the United Nations SDG programme
BE OPEN announces the winners of ‘Second Life of Things in Design’, an International student competition in partnership with Cumulus that focused on United Nations SDG programme
BE OPEN happily launches the open online vote that will define the Public Vote Prize winner within the “Second Life of Things in Design” competition! We invite everyone to vote for your favourite project and creator for them to be awarded €2,000!
BE OPEN is launching its next global open call across social media. #BEOPEN_at_home calls for ideas of how creativity and unconventional thinking can help us stay open while staying at home – open to our communities, new ideas and experiences despite physical limitations.
BE OPEN came up with another way to support education and self-development for the period of necessary self-isolation.
BE OPEN Launches Next Global Open Call #BEOPENThinkFuture to support the UN’s SDGs
The new open call ‘BEOPEN Think Future’ is dedicated to promoting sustainable consumption, design and production, and has been inspired by the UN’s SDG#12.
BE OPEN and Cumulus joined forces to hold an international competition for students and graduates of creative courses of universities. The competition is an integral part of Cumulus Green 2020: For A New Circular Economy programme that calls for projects that focus on SDG 12 for responsible consumption and production.
Three years ago, in March 2016, BE OPEN and the Mayor’s Fund for London announced their first joined project. Since that time the cooperation between the two foundations has benefitted thousands of younger people across London.