Pain of Production Waste

Pain of Production Waste
Pain of Production Waste: Transforming Lives through Sustainable Design: From Waste to Wonder: Empowering Lives through Sustainable Design

Amalia Bratus
Team members
Amalia Bratus
Field of work
Design, Visual Art, Multimedia, Film, Photography
Project category
Public space
Project submitted

Born in the Kyiv, Ukraine.

Kyiv State Art Lyceum named after T.G. Shevchenko
Student, National Academy of Visual Arts and Architecture /Ukraine
Exchange student, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts
/ Denmark

Participant of exhibitions, laureate of diplomas.

The design project "Pain of Production Waste" is a creative and innovative initiative aimed at addressing the adverse impacts of industrial waste on human lives and the environment. With a focus on sustainable design principles, this project seeks to mitigate the pain caused by production waste and create solutions that enhance the quality of life for individuals and communities. By reimagining waste as a valuable resource and promoting eco-friendly practices, this project aims to make a positive impact on both human well-being and environmental health.
Understanding the Impact of Production Waste:
Through in-depth research and data analysis, the project will assess the extent of the problem caused by production waste. This includes identifying key industries responsible for generating significant waste and understanding how it affects ecosystems, public health, and social equity. The findings will serve as a foundation for developing effective design interventions.
Promoting Sustainable Design Practices:
The project will focus on promoting sustainable design principles to minimize waste generation and encourage responsible production processes. Collaborating with industries and manufacturers, we aim to identify opportunities for waste reduction and implement eco-friendly practices that prioritize the well-being of people and the environment.
Engaging stakeholders, including industry representatives, environmentalists, and local communities, will be crucial in developing effective solutions. Collaborative workshops and ideation sessions will encourage diverse perspectives and generate innovative ideas.
The "Pain of Production Waste" design project represents a visionary approach to transform waste into opportunities for positive change. By advocating sustainable design practices and implementing innovative solutions, this project aims to alleviate the pain caused by production waste while fostering a more sustainable and compassionate world.