Institute without Boundaries Pop-Up Design Lab



by George Brown Institute Without Boundaries


Sep 15 - 25


Education & Outreach


Pop-Up Design Lab
Project Description:
Hosted by the George Brown Institute Without Boundaries, this Pop-Up Design Lab invites youth to imagine the future of Toronto’s neighbourhoods. Using design thinking and a charrette process, the Pop-Up Design Lab engages young people in creative dialogue about city planning with the results exhibited throughout the week!

About IwB:
The Institute without Boundaries (IwB) was founded in 2003 by the School of Design at George Brown College, in consultation with Bruce Mau. The IwB is a Toronto-based academic program and studio that offers unique educational experience and professional services. The Institute focuses on collaborative design practice with the objectives of social, ecological and economic innovation through design research and strategy.

Central to the work of the IwB are real projects of public and global significance that are executed by students, faculty and industry experts either as part of the academic curriculum, research initiatives and/ or creative projects.

As a top design training and research centre, the IwB is committed to collaborative and interdisciplinary design practice. At the Institute, we see the designer as a problem solver with the ability to affect positive change for humanity. We are a place where students, teachers, industry and community experts come together not only as creators and designers, but also as ambassadors of hope. We imagine how to live, learn, work, and play together as a global community and seek alternative development patterns and viable paths to a bright future.