Revisit: The Future of Interior Design

"In future there will be no more designers. The designers of the future will be the personal coach, the gym trainer, the diet consultant," -Phillipe Stark (Breitbart)
"...designers are feeding and feeding this cycle, helping to turn everyone and everything into either a consumer or a consumable. And when you think about, this is kind of grotesque. "Consumer" isn't a dirty word exactly, but it probably oughta be." -Allan Chochinov, 1000 Words: A Manifesto for Sustainability in Design (Core77)
I find Chochinov and Stark to be bleakly correct and accurate.  I am profoundly moved and inspired. They have the ability to look themselves, their profession, their work, and open up an inner monologue with the daily observations that they see around us - all this global warming, plastics recall, big-box production, made in china, iPhone world. How does Chochinov "manifesto" apply to the Interior Design and industry as a whole?
Print and complete in detail:
  1. Do no harm: _______________________________
  2. Stop making crap:  _______________________________
  3. Systems before artifacts: _______________________________
  4. Teach sustainability early: _______________________________
  5. Screws better than glues: _______________________________
  6. Design for impermanence: _______________________________
  7. Balance before talents: _______________________________
  8. Metrics before magic: _______________________________
  9. Climates before primates: _______________________________
  10. Context before absolutely everything: _______________________________
Designers, please respond.
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