Collaborators & Partners
– Jordan Lane. We have been co-developing four kits around architecture.
– The Good Tribe is a sustainability agency that we co-developed MethodKit for Sustainable Development together with.
– We worked with Maktsalongen to create a kit on Gender Equality.
– Joox is a Brazilian print startup that we worked with in the release of MethodKit in Brazil.
– We co-developed MethodKit for Health with Roland-Philippe Kretzschmar and got help with MethodKit for Marketing & PR.
– Jonas at Goldlife, working together with us on our e-Commerce.
– Rishu Yadav, developing workshops with us.
– Miriam Gullbring, made the design of MethodKit with Personas.
– Add Gender & Belatchew Architects for co-developing MethodKit for Equal Places.
– Caroline Paulick Thiel at Next Learning, German translations.
– Ben Vickers at Serpentine Galleries worked together with us to making an unofficial MethodKit for unMonastery.
– Emilia Åström, collaborations in Argentina.
– Amina Kesraoui, copywriter that has been helping with lot of proofing.
– Hanna Westerlund. Help in developing kits. Foremost MethodKit for Kitchen Design.
– Vitali Poluzhnikov, Russian translation.
– Nino Samkharadze, Georgian translation
– Maktoum Saeed Al Maktoum, helped us translate the kits to Arabic.
– Heidi Harman, Sveinung Skaalnes and Samuel Hedberg were early and important supporters of MethodKit.
– Andrea Figari, translations to Spanish.
– Johan Paju at FOJAB, wisdom around the field of architecture.
– Rafael Pini at Common Fans, Portuguese translations.
– Ailton Feliz Henriques, Portuguese translation.
– Louis-Félix Binette and Francis Gosselin, early support and translation to French
Also thanks to: Theis Reibke, Matilda Lindblom, Ellen Sundh, Ola Saleh, Bee Grandinetti, Alissa Lorentz, Gerd Holgersson, Linus Fritz, all people that added your knowledge to the CC-kit on Workshop Planning.
– Near Now.
– Hyper Island been a lovely help in letting us testing the kits in workshop formats with students.
– HDK, School of Design and Crafts
– Project of How
– Boverket, City of Malmö & Nacka Municipality (that supported us in the development of MethodKit for Equal Places)