Sady Ducros BDES
Sady Ducros is an industrial designer and consultant whose diverse experiences are central to his human-centred approach and inquiry. His research generates insightful patterns in human nature, play and experimentation, active participation and education. In addition to his Bachelor of Design in Industrial Design from the Ontario College of Art and Design, Sady has a Diploma in Graphic Design and Advertising from George Brown College.
From his experiences as a respected graffiti artist to commercial mural painting, 3-D sculptures and urban art, his role as mentor in numerous community art projects fosters positive youth action. As part of his Industrial Design thesis, Sady collaborated with Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation – the largest research and rehabilitation teaching hospital in North America (Prism Lab) – to develop a creative environment addressing the unique capabilities of children with varying levels of ability. A key component of the project was to actively include children with disabilities in the design process. Sady brings a strong commitment to the BISC to design for possibility, articulating the unique perspectives of others by facilitating new experiences in play, cognition and learning.