Scarcity and Creativity in the Build Environment (SCIBE)
Funded by the European Union's Humanities in the European Research Area (HERA) joint research programme.
Jeremy Till is working with the Oslo School of Architecture and Design to investigate how scarcity might affect creativity – and how designled innovation can improve the built environment in the future. The project runs until July 2013 and posits that well-being, rather than being tied to notions of abundance and growth might be achieved within conditions of limited resources, but that to do so one needs the intervention of new forms of creativity.
For more information visit www.scibe.eu