Boundary Critique: The work of Werner Ulrich
Online. Desmond Wong
Online. Desmond Wong
Tobias Luthe and Martin Schütz
Haley Fitzpatrick and Tobias Luthe
Anouk Geenen, Julieta Matos-Castaño, Deger Ozkaramanli, and Mascha van der Voort
Rimaz Mohamed, Ashwini Gawli, Kendra Matheson Perera, Nafeha Khan, Tanya Thomas Fernandes, and Manal Dimachk
Sparsh Verma, Preeti Shibu, and Neha Agnihotri
Joseph Francis, Sanath Pailwan, Shubham Modgi, Praveen Nahar and Sahil Thappa
Anouk Geenen, Deǧer Ozkaramanli, Julieta Matos-Castaño and Mascha van der Voort
Alice Marchesi, Mariapaola Puglielli, Florina Denisa Moldovan, William Tonelli, Martina Troppino and Xinwei Wu
Bruno Martins Rizardi and Daniela Gomes Metello
Irma Cecilia Landa-Avila, Gyuchan Thomas Jun, Isabel Sassoon, Ozlem Colak, Tina Harvey and Panagiotis Balatsoukas
Marie Davidová and Kateřina Zímová: The paper presents a practice-based systemic design project regenerating former gardening colony of Prague 22 district.
Chris Oestereich & Courtney Savie Lawrence, Circular Design Lab
Jonathan Healey and Sydney M. Luken
Sucharita Beniwal and Swagata Naidu, National Institute of Design
Lyndon Valicenti and Rae Perez, Daylight
Birger Sevaldson, Oslo School of Design
Author: Chhail Khalsa
Marieke Maertens, Francesca Ostuzzi, Katrien De Schepper, Lieven De Couvreur, Maya Hoveskog, Nicole Norris
Authors: Cat Drew, Cassie Robinson, Jennie Winhall
Author: Gwendolyn Kulick
Author: Manuela Aguirre Ulloa
Zayed University, Dubai, UAE. Process of ‘individual capacity building’ leading to ‘collective capacities in order to contribute to positive social change.
National Institute of Design, India. The craft sector in India through mapping interconnections and multidirectional influences.
Norwegian Labour & Welfare and Oslo Adult Education, Norway. Bridging the gap between people and public services by offering an overview of the whole system.
Centro de Diseño, Cine y Televisión, Mexico. Understanding the need for an updated approach for the benefit of urban mobility and street vendors.
RSD7 Keynote. Chelsea Mauldin: I propose that designers engaged in policy and systems change design new, adjacent policy systems, recognize the primacy and requirements of the human body, and more consciously identify and address imbalances in power in the systems in which we intercede.
RSD6 Keynote. Sabine Junginger: So overwhelming is the intricate web of laws, rules, and regulations in a highly hierarchical and political landscape that those working under intense time pressure rarely get time to reflect on their design approaches.
Onny Eikhaug: The Norwegian model of social governance … goes beyond the provision of basic needs to protect human rights, focusing on social and democratic ambitions.
Authors: Anna Colagrossi, Jyotish Sonowal, Raul Valenzuela, and Roxanne Nicolussi
Authors: Professor Birger Sevaldson, Senior lecturer Linda Blaasvær, Lecturer Andreas Wettre
Matthew Mendelsohn moderates, with Maureen O’Neil, Alex Ryan, and
Joeri van den Steenhoven.
Silvia Barbero and Agnese Pallaro