Key #6 - Design For the Future

Account for the systems perspective during the design process, to use the right materials, to design for appropriate lifetime and to design for extended future use.

Product design is the engine with which we can accelerate the transition towards a circular economy. Creating innovative products and exploring new ways to deliver services is a means for which circular design can come to life. Designers are the change agents for circular business within their organisations and play a key role in making the circular economy, a priority in future strategies.

For instance, an architect is responsible for designing buildings and by extension for the materials used during a building’s construction, its energy efficiency during the use phase and the potential for material recovery when it is demolished.

An architect can thus contribute to the circular economy by ‘designing for the future


maat Group´s Solutions comply this premise


maat Group conceives and applies "future design" as a disruption of traditional value chains, offering the possibility of massive access to cutting-edge technologies, which until before its appearance were only reserved for large organizations, basing its strategy on the innumerable advantages offered by the offer of things such as service, flexibility, scalability and delocalisation ... although, without doubt, one of the most relevant features is interoperability.

The management of standards acquires a fundamental role in the creation and sharing of knowledge as a basis for integration in the modeling of business processes with a vision of the future.

Who does not have the ability to share data, exchange information and knowledge or integrate with other sources, will inexorably reduce their competitive capacity and must assume the risk of being permanently isolated

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