Join us at the Powerhouse Museum for a presentation by Eisuke Tachikawa, the founder of NOSIGNER, a multi-disciplinary design company with a focus on social innovations.
NOSIGNER is featured in the Common Good exhibition with the project OLIVE. Tachikawa founded NOSIGNER while still a student after identifying the need for more holistic design practices, primarily through innovations such as open-source hardware; regional revitalisation, science communication and design education. The company has since gone on to international recognition and multiple award-winning designs, most recently an iF Design Award for The Second Aid, a kit designed for disaster relief after the Great East Japan Earthquake.
This program is generously supported by The Japan Foundation, Sydney.