In this design-oriented space, we investigate how food shapes the environment and constructs socio-cultural landscapes.
Applying design thinking, we explore possible solutions for food needs and their related cultural and economic context. Ultimately, we aim to develop design solutions that increase access to healthy food for all parts of the global community.
We are dedicated to a sustainable future.
Iryna, Principal Investigator
As both the coordinator and an instructor in Product Design at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Iryna Karaush splits her time between teaching, and supporting and developing the program. Iryna is passionate about the multidisciplinary nature of human-centered design that provides immense opportunities to improve the quality of everyday life all around the world. Together with the…
Erin Ashenhurst is a writer, designer, and faculty member at the Wilson School of Design at KPU. With an interest in visual narrative, her projects explore themes including: design, humour, identity, memory, and urban landscape. She holds a BFA in Visual Art, and an MA in Interactive Arts and Technology (SFU). She has been an…