Thoughts about Social Design

“Social Design” or “Design with Social Impact” is not a trend and not even a design discipline. It is a movement that is driven by dedicated people who want to “design” a better and healthier world. Designers are tackling more complex problems, so it requires a new attitude and new approaches. It is so much […]

1st Prize of the Social Design Award

Mosan won the 1st Prize of the Social Design Award! We are proud to announce that the Mosan ecological sanitation solution is the winner of the first prize of the Social Design Award 2015 by Hans-Sauer Foundation! Thanks to the Hans-Sauer Foundation  and HUB Munich for all the support. The picture shows the great artwork that […]

Social Design Elevation Days

Mosan at the Social Design Elevation Days in Munich In February I had the amazing opportunity to attend the Social design Elevation days in Munich and further develop the MoSan Sanitation Solution. Thanks so much to Hans Sauer Stiftung and HUB Munich for the amazing experience during the Social Design Elevation Days! Working with passionate people […]

Hans Sauer Award 2015

Hans Sauer Award 2015 MoSan nominated for Social Design Award 2015 European contest honours design concepts for social impact. “Social Design is a design practice that goes beyond a purely technical or consumer-oriented design of products and services. Social Design creates social added value by becoming an advocate of social concerns that either the state […]

MoSan receives Design Award!

MoSan receives Design Award! WOW. It’s time to celebrate again! ★ I’m overwhelmed! MoSan won the first prize of the BESTFORM 2013 Design Award in the category Product! The award show took place at the Experimentelle Fabrik in Magdeburg in central Germany November 11th 2013. Nine teams of each creative and business partners were nominated whereof three […]

World Toilet Organization

Jack Sim is the founder of the World Toilet Organization. In this video he talks about the sanitation crisis… “A big break-thorough will happen when we look at the poor as if they are customers and we will sell them products they are very beautiful and sexy!”