Rebuild by Design, Collaborative and Inclusive Innovation
Aired On: Feb 19, 2015
Henk Ovink discusses crises at the regional and urban scale, and how both design and politics are at the heart of the development of a more resilient future.
Henk Ovink is Principal of 'Rebuild by Design’ (RBD) and Senior Advisor to both the former US Presidential Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Task Force, the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, and the White House Director of the Office of Management and Budget.
Ovink started, developed and leads the RBD competition, created to ignite innovation for a new standard of...
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