Providing space, tools, resources and knowledge to share, the DMY MakerLab is a platform for open design and the jointly making of things. Initiated by DMY Berlin, along with the international maker community and participants alike (full credits here
), the MakerLab has been introduced at last year’s DMY International Design Festival Berlin
. As a central gathering point for innovators, maker and tinkerers, the MakerLab has become an integral part of the festival and will anew take place at DMY International Design Festival 2011 (Airport Berlin Tempelhof, June 1 to 5). The MakerLab Milan marks the first of a series of event-based hubs. Dedicated to Open Design practices and connecting locals with an ever-growing global community, the MakerLab will continue to travel to different venues and events – open for iterations and changes.
Stay tuned for future events and get in contact with us if you like to take part!
The DMY Maker Lab 2010 was shaped and realized in a collaborative effort by many instigators and participants alike. It has been enabled by Jay Cousins (Open Design City, Betahaus, Palomar), Gabriel Shalom (KS12), Michelle Thorne (Creative Commons ), Luis Berríos-Negrón, Bas van Abel (Waag Society) and Pedro Pineda (We Creative People) and DMY (special thanks to Ake Rudolf and Karen Khurana) and was supported by Etsy, DutchDFA, and Becks.