Now in its third year, Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas awards honor products, concepts, companies, policies, and designs that are pursuing innovation for the good of society and the planet. Categories range from Advertising to Food, Health and Wellness, to Social Justice and Energy.
For the second year in a row, Sasaki has been recognized by Fast Company with honorable mentions in two categories—our Chengdu Panda Reserve project won for Spaces, Places, and Cities, and our internal research effort, Shifting Gears: An Urbanist's Take on Autonomous Vehicles, won for Transportation. It is an amazing privilege to be recognized alongside the other winners—one we do not take for granted.
With wins in multiple categories, Sasaki was named a finalist for World Changing Company of the Year—a huge acknowledgement of our innovative practice and global presence.
A range of entries shows that technology can create innovative solutions to global problems–from hunger to disasters to discourse.
Southern California Edison
World Food Programme
“We are thrilled to receive such recognition from Fast Company,” said Dennis Pieprz, principal and Chair of Design. “With remarkable clients and an energetic and talented team of professionals, we are doing some of our best work.”
At Sasaki, we always strive to prove what’s possible and pursue the unknown through human-centered design, and Fast Company’s honor solidifies how important that aim is. Congratulations to all of this year’s winners—looks like our collective future is in good hands!
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