Re:Move, a project that spans industries and time zones, is a true collaboration. Free from hierarchy, each participant has equal input, able to share their insights and opinions when it comes to creating this sustainable, lightweight, electric trike. Fresh perspectives and unorthodox solutions are the order of the day. No-one sits at the head of this table.
The remote nature of said table doesn’t make it any less round. The partners of Re:Move (CAKE, Hydro, Konstantin Grcic, Wallpaper*, and Polestar), regularly meet for online roundtable discussions regarding the challenges, updates, changes, and breakthroughs that are a regular feature of Re:Move.
See one of those roundtables, captured on film for Re:Move’s public debut at South by Southwest 2021, above.
Creating a “15-minute city”: Will Melbourne be able to bring its communities closer?
It’s the year 2050 and Melbourne is waking up to another day of life on Earth. In the past decades, the cityscape has seen many improvements. Bikeways are broad and well-connected, parks are lush and nearby, and supporting your locals is easier than ever. With all the essentials accessible by foot or bike, urban life is inclusive and efficient. That’s the plan, at least. The Melbourne Plan.