Posts tagged ‘ethical’

Whether a work of art is aesthetically pleasing or not, is totally subjective, but we should start to consider whether the materials used in the making of the piece have been sustainably produced.  The Thirties oak wardrobe on the right has been upcycled with the sole intention of investigating how man interacts with nature.  The use of [...]

  It was just a few days ago that I was invited to a barn in the middle of a field in rural Buckinghamshire.  As I drove through the gate the sheep and their lambs looked up quizzically from their grazing.  I could see wisps of smoke floating up over the hedge.  A witch’s hat [...]

It seems that couture is now taking on even more different forms.  The fact that the 28 year old German biologist and fashion designer Anke Domaske has a new collection of outfits made from cow’s milk proves that this is definitely the case, hence couture from cow’s milk. It feels like silk, but is easy [...]

  Our new client’s kitchen has just been renovated, which means that the bookshelves in the fireplace recess now house a collection of vintage china plates.  This leaves the books temporarily homeless. If the kitchen renovations have been designed to reflect a green and ec0-friendly lifestyle, the new bookshelves must showcase all of these factors. [...]

Business Ethics

April 8th, 2011

Business ethics is an important subject. It is a key issue in many businesses and also an essential part of many school and college courses in Business Studies. This YouTube clip features a series of short “business ethics” situations for consideration and discussion. It takes almost 9.5 minutes to watch the whole sequence. Go ahead, [...]