It’s not every day that we see students that are affecting real, direct change and assistance to those in need with their design. Carolyn Schaeberle (M.I.D. ’09), traveled to Honduras for her graduate thesis, “Beyond The Tap,” and has developed several innovative, yet simple, ways for improving water transport and maintenance in developing countries, for whom availability of water could be a matter of life and death. Carolyn’s globally-conscious vision with a perspective rooted in local Honduran culture has made this project a success bigger than your average eco-trendy products, and we think she’s a superhero!
Check out Carolyn and the sustainable happenings at Pratt at the (beautifully-designed) Center for Sustainable Design Studies (CSDS) website!
Want to see more Graduate Industrial Design and other sustainability projects?
Come to THE PRATT SHOW - May 12-15, 2009
Public Show Hours:
Tuesday, May 12 / 9 AM-9 PM
Wednesday, May 13 / 9 AM-9 PM
Thursday, May 14 / 9 AM-1 PM
Friday, May 15 / 9 AM-1 PM
Manhattan Center / 31 W 34th St. (@ 8th Ave.), New York, NY
Want a ticket to the VIP Industry Reception? Visit www.pratt.edu/show for more info!
Posted by Annie Beth Ericsson