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David Gallo

Planned Obsolescence

Design should no longer respond to market interests anymore, but to the human needs that as a global community we have created as time goes by.

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Florencia Aenlle
Oct 2013

Interesting article about how design could be the answer to our ecological crisis. Thanks David!

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