Attracting young creative minds to the field of design is an ongoing pursuit
for schools and professional firms alike. A design education, however, doesn’t
begin with the decision to earn a degree in a design discipline but rather starts
much earlier, when young fertile minds are open to new ideas and explorations
in creativity. In the January/February issue, i+D will investigate the ways in
which today’s youth are learning about and engaging with interior design and
architecture, how companies like The LEGO Group are helping to guide awareness
of positive building practices, and how the current design community can get
involved in the future of the profession.
LEGO is rolling out botanical
elements, such as leaves, bushes, and
trees made from plant-based plastic
sourced from sugarcane.
(Image: The LEGO Group)