We have an extensive track record of designing radical innovation, creating high value creating strategies,and kick starting short term revolutions, for public organizations, global corporations and innovative startups.
Together with the National Museum of Denmark and the National Gallery of Denmark, Blue Skies designed a consortium-led innovation project to explore radical innovation in plastics in an interdisciplinary cooperative effort between artists, designers, art historians and researchers from the plastics industry.
For 3XN, Blå Himmel designed a unique way to empower the company with more sustainable knowledge and services by implementing a cross disciplinary daughter company, GXN, now a major contributor to 3XN with new advanced material and sustainability practices.
Blå Himmel’s Lars Lundbye stepped in as Executive Strategist in Grundfos to innovate the 2,3bn DKK water supply business of Grundfos. This included developing a whole new sustainable approach to the area of agriculture, as well as rethinking how renewable energy and water supply can join hands.
A lack of psychiatric help in war torn societies, led Anders Michelsen from Cph. Uni. and Lars Lundbye to design a platform called Peaceware ICT4D. The Somaliland Telemedical System for Psychiatry is one of the results, bringing a global team of psychiatrist within reach of local nurses.
For the municipalities in the greater Copenhagen region, Blå Himmel were hired to help rethink the trash can for sorting household waste. To engage users and break open the thinking-as-usual we decided to design and implement an international co-creative design competition.
For WHO Healthy Cities Blue Skies developed and implemented a unique innovation methodology for 32 Danish municipalities to empower civil servants and health workers to innovate more preventive and sustainable health care solutions.
With Lejre Kommune, Blå Himmel developed the municipal strategy and the brand-strategy. Based on Lejre's strong local culture and aspirations for a sustainable future, Blå Himmel involved more than 1.000 citizens, politicians, and professionals in a bottom up strategy proces.
Innovating fashion to become more sustainable is very much needed – and notoriously hard. Building a purpose-driven strategy for Ecouture, Blue Skies, has engaged directly in demonstrating how fashion can be bold, beautiful – and sustainable.
For Denmark's largest waste management company, I/S Vestforbrænding, Blue Skies designed a new innovation platform for resource management introducing cradle-to-cradle and a radical co-creation approach engaging the Danish greentech community.
For IFHP and in partnership with a number of Indian NGOs and the municipality of Bangalore Blå Himmel co-designed a strategy to bring in new innovation solutions to water shed management and crucial urban development issues, in the shape of a urban innovation lab to be deployed around India.