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Challenge / Goal

The city together with its stakeholders identified a need to raise awareness and support skills development in the area of repair and refurbishment. They decided to trial the effectiveness of a series of circular interior design workshops in order to meet this need. 

The action aimed to: 

  • Test whether the workshops could be effective in supporting ordinary people to design their own interior in a circular way
  • Test the interest level of citizens in participating in circular design workshops
  • Explore the level of demand for this type of service and the level of impact it could have on reducing waste

Solution

Using the home as a focus area they wanted to support citizens to develop their creativity, repair and refurbishment skills while gaining an increased awareness of the value of the circular economy. The theory was that circular interior design skills could provide a wide range of people with the opportunity to actively participate in the circular economy.

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Time period

Planning time: Less than 6 months

Implementation time: Less than 6 months

Implementers

Kringloop Den Haag; Foundation Duurzaam Den Haag

Service providers

Kringloop Den Haag; Foundation Duurzaam Den Haag

End users

Citizens of The Hague

    Main benefits

  • Recycling waste

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