Cycling Social Innovation Part 3: Zanzibar

August 11, 2011 at 2:49 pm Leave a comment

Picture 1: Water delivery [CM]
Continuing with the series of posts about equality fostered by bicycles [Check out the part 1 post: Cycling in Morocco and Part 2: Cycling in Cuba, I wanted to  add some other ethno-photographs regarding a series of “usage innovations or self-crafted adaptations” that are, in this case, portraying the island of Zanzibar, Tanzania. Check out the rationale for this series in the previous posts. [All pictures taken by CM ]

Baskets made from palm trees serve to carry and exhibit groceries

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Cycling Social Innovation Part 2: Cuba Conditional Design

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Constanza Miranda PhD(c) design.anthro
* Currently @ DILAB
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NCSU
* Ex.VR @ Stanford's Center for Design Research [DesignXLab]
* Ex.Instructor @ PUC Chile [Design+Engineering]
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Design for Social Innovation initiative by Constanza Miranda is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.
Based on a work at www.innovacionsocial.cl.

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