The Design School for Beautiful Business

The Design School for Beautiful Business

A community of leaders, makers and doers, who are restoring the equilibrium between our economy, ecology and communities. We are designing the designers for a more regenerative future.

Design School for Beautiful Business

Beauty is our homecoming. Beauty speaks a universal language and has the power to change the world. And the more people we can inspire and engage through this simple yet powerfully optimistic idea, the more our world and humanity’s relationship with it will transform for the better. Beauty is a verb, “I Do”.

Join our movement to making a more regenerative world.

What does sustainability mean for my organisation?

Around the world many CEOs are asking ‘What does sustainability mean for my organisation’? The Design School for Beautiful Business is helping people and organisations to understand what the world needs and the impact they can have (the what). This is achieved through the programmes we run (the how). Currently, organisations are somewhere between a CSR policy, carbon reporting and ‘greening’ agenda. The School helps unlock and create a longer term strategy. It shifts us from a mindset of competitive advantage to an applied regenerative worldview. DS4BB helps businesses identify and nurture new capabilities and achieve that new reality.

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Our Programmes

To achieve social and economic change on a global level, our school offers transformative learning experiences that will enable you to reimagine what is possible (because it is to our imaginations we must speak). Then how to apply those insights to design for a regenerative world.

In your reimagining you offered a new set of lenses “beauty in its many forms” to see and recalibrate the world:

– Beauty as a foundation for all life
– Nature’s regenerative design model
– Biomimetics as the roots of design
– Regenerative values and metrics
– Working cultures created and made from the humus of generosity
– Creativity as the most important thing we all can can bring to the table

You will get to design a *Beautiful Business and model it. Be introduced to the concept and development of the *Poetic Brief, work with *13 Design Questions tool kit, learn to use the new *Metrics of a Regenerative Economy, guiding you towards designing a business the world needs.

You will be able to measure the success (beauty) of your design (product, process, system) compared to nature's design lessons.

Combined with our research into some of the most pioneering and progressive organisations and businesses on the planet, whose desire is simple – to create a better future for us all. We need as many beautiful leaders and makers as we can possibly get.

What do people say about the school?

Here is Tim Galles Chief Ideas Officer from the B Corp Barkley, based in Kansas city, speaking about his experience of participating in one of the school's programmes. As Tim says, "Damn you Alan Thank you Alan”.

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The Eden Project

The school's foundations in beauty and design have a role to play to enable a means for thought processes of inclusion, strategy, direction and protocols, the building blocks to an operating protocol for Spaceship Eden 2.0 which in turn could be Spaceship anywhere.

Sir Tim Smit KBE Co-founder Eden Project

The school's foundations in beauty and design have a role to play to enable a means for thought processes of inclusion, strategy, direction and protocols, the building blocks to an operating protocol for Spaceship Eden 2.0 which in turn could be Spaceship anywhere.

Sir Tim Smit KBE Co-founder Eden Project

Your work has inspired, giving me the courage to speak and write about beauty in the context of architecture and our urban environment.

Alison Brooks one of the UK’s most highly awarded and internationally acclaimed architects

Homerton College the first fully timber framed building Cambridge University

For more information about the school and our programmes send us a beautiful hello.

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