MAKER HIGHLIGHTS AT RE:PUBLICA FESTIVAL

Find us in Berlin!

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May 6-8, STATION Berlin

Europe’s most inspiring festival on internet and society is happening, and we are part!

Find here our highlights of distributed design at the re:publica festival Berlin and visit us on May 6-8 !

 

 

THE MAKERSPACE

Since 2014 the maker space at re:publica has been the meeting point for creative minds, designers, inventors and coders from the maker scene. Anyone who is interested in digital fabrication, laser cutting, tinkering or soldering is warmly welcome at the makerspace!

Here there’s room for creativity, knowledge transfer and for you to create something new for our digital future with the other participants. With sustainability in mind, we want to use our makerspace to create big things that will continue to exist even after re:publica as well as small things that anyone can take home.

In our exciting workshops, exhibitions and installations you can develop your own robots, create a statement flag or a paper GIF, work on a sustainable biotech future with medical open source devices or design boats out of plastic waste.

The programme will take place on all three conference days in the Community Garden of the STATION.

Here you can find our highlights of the maker session

Mapping Makerspaces in your city

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6 May 15:30h at re:publica Festival

HELP US MAPPING MAKERSPACES

Come discover how distributed design and integrated urban fabrication can work together to build a sustainable, open and social future!

The local Paris fabric

The Fab City Store supports designers, craftsmen and makers who build the city of tomorrow. We believe our current production and consumption system need to evolve towards more sustainability.

Discover the Parisian fabrication ecosystem, its designers, their products, the makerspaces and the resources.

Help us map more!

With pens and stickers, let’s use the collective knowledge to identify actors of the fabrication network; from designers to resellers. Together, we will identify the resources we will need to build the products of the decentralised design future.