Annual Symposium

RELATING
SYSTEMS THINKING
AND DESIGN

A foundation for the emergence of research and inquiry

Annual Symposium

Relating
Systems Thinking
and Design

A foundation for the emergence of research and inquiry

RSD10 | 10-2021

Keynote Speakers

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Plenary Sessions

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Gigamaps

Birger Sevaldson of the Oslo School of Architecture and Design first introduced the gigamap technique. The gigamap takes an architectural and descriptive approach to complex projects. The technique has been extended to synthesis maps and system design complexity maps.

The synthesis map is used at OCAD U to translate multiple knowledge perspectives and illustrate the dilemmas and challenges within a complex system scenario. System design complexity maps are the outcome of an academic project at the National Institute of Design. They use metaphor and a central theme to make complex issues accessible for sharing and participatory work with multiple stakeholders.

RSD9 | Featured

Presentations from the National Institute of Design

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RSD 10 Call for Papers

RSD10 offers a platform for discussing ongoing work with peers and presents the state-of-the-art in the systemic design field. This year there are two paper tracks: short papers for ongoing work, and long papers for finished work.

More information RSD10.org.

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