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Global Studio // Inclusive Design Exhibition

Collaborating with other design professionals helps keep us on our toes. Currently, to continue our work with Global Studio this past January in Bhopal, India, we are working with Anna Rubbo, recently relocated from University of Sydney to Columbia University here in New York, and architect Mathias Neumann of normaldesign to plan a traveling Exhibition on the Global Studio work. The aim is to share information not only on India’s current informal housing policy’s and the work done to address these conditions, but also to spread ideas behind the participatory, inclusive design process. Above are two sample panels designed from the original 200 page book that came out of design and research work in Bhopal. Stay tuned for more of the exhibition, which we are partnering with Columbia to put together, set to travel through New York and various urban settings in India in winter 2012.

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WE’RE HIRING! 📢 MESH is looking for just the right person to help us manage our Charleston studio space and coordinate Makeshop through the Fall. 🍂 Are you super organized? Are you highly motivated? Do you dream about creative community spaces? 🤩 If you’re out next intern, check out the job description on our website
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Everywhere, but especially Charleston, needs more spaces that give thanks to people who work hard to do good things. Makeshop was born from the idea that this space needed to exist, and it needed to be accessible. Artists, makers, dreamers, and doers have all come together to make this idea a real thing. The empty space at 611 was gutted. It was empty, and it’s emptied each day, to make room for the next creative soul to give it life. People (your neighbors, your friends, and you) have filled it with incredible work and experiences. We may have created the physical space of Makeshop, but you ran with it and made it everything we have hoped for.
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