Category: Format: Books & Guides
Format: Books & Guides
Marion Real and Vikrant Mishra
Andreas Wettre and Birger Sevaldson
Peter Jones and Kristel Van Ael
The Design Council recognises systemic design as the next most important step in addressing the most pressing problems of our times.
Nine chapters are drawn from authors presenting at RSD4, Banff Canada 2015. The edited volume is in the Springer Systems Science series (ed. K. Kijima) with chapters available to academic libraries online.
RSD7 publications document six inspiring keynote speakers, three plenary sessions, and 76 papers in downloadable formats.
Peter Jones, Stefanos Monastiridis, Alex Ryan, Vanessa Toye, Kristel Van Ael, and Philippe Vandenbroeck
RSD7 featured relaxed “learning-and-doing time”. At the end of each day, three decompressing “Books and Beers” events were hosted in the close venue of Eataly. Five recently published books were introduced to the audience and discussed in a more informal environment.
Carlo Vezzoli, Fabrizio Ceschin, Lilac Osanjo, Mugendi K. M’rithaa, and Richie Moalosi discuss the design approach and tools used by companies and practitioners. The book is of interest to professionals working in design, industry, government, NGO, and researchers.
Pier Paolo Peruccio looks back at an insufficiently investigated chapter in the history of Olivetti, founded more than 110 years ago in Ivrea, Italy.
Edited by Silvia Barbero, this guide looks to systemic design as a key methodology to establish sustainable regional action plans towards a circular economy.
Franco Fassio and Nadia Tecco present forty food sector case studies focused on circularity.
Editors Peter Jones and Kyoichi Kijima present the co-evolving fields of design-led systemics, referred to as systemic design, as distinguished from the engineering and hard science epistemologies of system design or systems engineering.