22nd November 2019 / Alan Moore

Love the work you do: Blitz Motorcycles

Hugo and Fred build motorcycles. They build them from discarded older motorbikes, curating their builds using the frames, engines, petrol tanks and handlebars from machines of another time. They call their company Blitz — as in giving new life, new energy, new purpose, to old motorcycles. Possessed with an aesthetic vision of how these motorcycles […]

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14th October 2019 / Alan Moore

This Beautiful Life. How to design and make one. Workshop

This Beautiful Life. How to design and make one Sat, 8 February 2020 | 09:30 – 16:30 GMT Kettle’s Yard, Castle Street, Cambridge. CB3 OAQ Description What would it mean to live a more beautiful life? How might our work be more beautiful? How might we do things differently? Could beauty help us draw upon […]

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18th May 2019 / Alan Moore

The weave of beauty and design in building a beautiful business

Sometimes you need to step away. We gathered at a place called Porthean right on the Cornish Coast. You can taste the salty air, where the land, sea and sky interconnect. Over the last few days I have been working with a fabulous group of people from Poland, India, United Kingdom, Brazil, Estonia that make […]

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2nd March 2019 / Alan Moore

Beautiful Leadership Workshop. An invitation to Do.

Beautiful Leadership Workshop Our Beautiful Business Faculty is offering, in collaboration with Interface, a one-day interactive experience on Beautiful Leadership. A day to become a more beautiful human, leader and maker by integrating beauty into your daily practice. This experience is for leaders, makers and investors who are looking for a transformational leadership experience to […]

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2nd March 2019 / Alan Moore

Pathway to Creating a Beautiful Business

Morning ritual. We walked. Having the gorgeous backdrop of Óbidos and its coast was a gift. Something magical happens where the land greets the sea segueing with the sky.  We made tracks – tracks a metaphor for a path walked. Who were we? “We” were 70 human beings working together, as one company. ‘We’ were […]

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16th November 2018 / Alan Moore

The Beauty of the Human

Bjarke Ingels Interview: The Beauty of the Human from Louisiana Channel on Vimeo. “The one thing all humans share is that we all inhabit the same limited amount of real estate, which is planet earth.” Danish architect Bjarke Ingels discusses an ultra local approach to architecture in a global world. The beauty of the human […]

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21st October 2018 / Alan Moore

Living Beautifully Compendium No.4

Beautiful things are prepared with love. Beautiful experiences lift the human spirit. They say, optimistically, life is worthwhile. If we can be more beautiful in our thoughts and in our actions, we can learn to live and work more beautifully. We’ve all had enough of ugly. This is the fourth ‘Living Beautifully Compendium’. It shows […]

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16th October 2018 / Alan Moore

The only business model you need: responsibility for The Total

There is a concept called The Total; based around what we take, make and waste. All businesses are faced with costs associated to all three. The Total encompasses ethics, business, production process, products and the world we inhabit. We have an unlimited responsibility for The Total, a responsibility that we try but do not always […]

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30th August 2018 / Alan Moore

Beauty recalibrating how we make things and why we make them

In 2013 I gave a talk in Holland about the need to redesign the organisations that we use, inhabit and support us, that drive our economies. I spoke for beautifully designed organisations, beautiful workplaces and work cultures, beautifully designed products, stuff. I asked for a return to what I termed the Human-OS. Where the sovereignty […]

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24th August 2018 / Alan Moore

Hack the Root: from waste to living building materials

Hack the Root, is a piece of installation artwork by architectural technologist Mae-Ling Lokko, whose passion is to crate value from materials that otherwise would have been discarded or forgotten. The installation was commissioned by Liverpool Biennale and RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) North, the core pieces of which are ‘growing trays’ in the […]

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