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In the stylishly minimal surroundings of Singapore's Red Dot design museum, architect and innovative-thinker Cameron Sinclair opened the second Principal Voices debate of 2008 with a clear statement: "There is a lot of 'design for bad' out there."

Chaired by Michael Holmes and Michael Elliott the discussions explored the challenges ahead to get rid of bad design as well as how design and architecture can be immensely positive forces.

The panelists tackled what is meant by "design for good," each from their own unique perspective. Read full article »

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