Designing For Sustainability


Marc-Antoni is fascinated by the world. There is so much to learn and apply towards adopting sustainable practices. With a background in history and business management, Marc-Antoni loves leveraging the past to help solve for the future. Originally from Montreal, Canada he now lives in Tokyo, Japan. You're more than welcome to reach out!

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  1. April 11, 2018

    […] of manufacturing, which is often devised for a single purpose, more attention is given to the product’s end of life, and assessed for further […]

  2. March 13, 2019

    […] Written by William McDonough and Michael Braungart this book (that was made by something other than a tree) is an enlightening read about design and manufacture. The authors encourage us to think about what things are made of, what happens to such items when we’re done with them, and how we can make them better. They provide readers with a fresh perspective when considering the purpose and design of our stuff, and an alternative means of looking at how we fulfill our needs. Click here for more. […]

  3. October 2, 2020

    […] vision by which businesses and organizations can adopt greater sustainability. The same authors as Cradle-To-Cradle, this time round they explain the process by which our products can find harmony with […]

  4. March 16, 2021

    […] the current process of creating footwear often doesn’t take into account the product’s end-of-life. What’s needed most is a shift by companies to take this into account and take responsibility […]

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