Earlier this month, the American Institute of Architects approved new rules to the organization’s Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct prohibiting members from “knowingly designing spaces intended for execution and torture, including indefinite or prolonged solitary confinement of prisoners.”
In this exclusive interview, Alexandra talks about sustainability trends she is noticing as a board member of SmartUp Accelerator and Science Park Borås. She also gives valuable advice to sustainability SMEs and startups. This is part two of a two-part interview with Alexandra.
It’s all very well doing a Marie Kondo and chucking out all the clothes we no longer wear, but wardrobe purges do tend to be very wasteful. Cos, however, is giving you the opportunity to make a quick buck off your old clothes while having access to other people’s pre-owned garms. Cos Resell is a project that allows shoppers to buy and sell their Cos clothes. Think of it like the Depop of minimalist style. To sell, all you have to do is enter your item details, upload photos, set your price and set it live. Listing is free.