RSD11 Keynote: Dr Danah Abdulla explores the contradictions of sustainability and considers how we can design over time and confront the effects of the products and services we think we need have on the world (and the worlds within that world).
Category: Topic: Socioecological Design
Topic: Socioecological Design
RSD11 Keynote. Dr Tony Fry is a Tasmanian-based award-winning designer, cultural theorist, educator and writer. For this talk, his context: seeing the event’s seven foci relationally.
SDA Address. Dr Silvia Barbero sees designers as pivotal in making possible an urgent radical shift toward circularity and transformational change.
The #NewMacy Studio construct is to enable deep participation through activities such as prototyping, play, exploration, enactment, and improvisation.
Re-defining Stability. A contextual framing for #NewMacy and the #NewMacy “Acts” at RSD11.
Reintroducing Stability – #NewMacy conversations to construct an ever-inclusive and participant-directed platform for dynamic stability and growth.
Panellists: Shany Barath, Susannah Dickinson, Liss C. Werner. Panel Lead: Marie Davidová.
#NewMacy Studios: Participants can expect to converse, prototype, experiment, play, and improve.
Online. Margherita Vacca
Tobias Luthe, Haley Fitzpatrick and Daniel Christian Wahl
Online. Jayanna Killingsworth
Online. Swagata Naidu and Sucharita Beniwal
In-person. Dana Prives
Birger Sevaldson and Andreas Wettre
Joanna Boehnert, Matt Sinclair and Marianna J. Coulentianos
Tom Ainsworth, Shilpi Srivastava, and Shibaji Bose
Blockchain for Socio-Economic Impact: Financial inclusion by environment-centric service design -110
Mothilal Loganathan, Pavan Kalyan, and Vishruth Kumar
Evan Barba, Robin Dillon-Merrill, Uwe Brandes, and Peter P. Marra
Laetitia Bornes, Catherine Letondal, and Rob Vingerhoeds
Danielle Barrios-O’Neill, Laura Dudek, Nirit Binyamini Ben Meir, Elena Falomo, Charlotte Jarvis, and Carolina Ramirez-Figueroa
Marie Davidova, Leonie K Fischer, and Martha Teye
Margherita Vacca, Francesco Cantini, Alessio Tanzini, and Fabio Ballerini
Veneranda Carrino, Federica Spera, and Giovanni Capoccia
Steve Waddell, Sandra Waddock, Peter Jones, and Ian Kendrick
Rimaz Mohamed, Ashwini Gawli, Kendra Matheson Perera, Nafeha Khan, Tanya Thomas Fernandes, and Manal Dimachk
Haley Fitzpatrick and Tobias Luthe
Pranay Arun Kumar and Peter Jones
Sparsh Verma, Preeti Shibu, and Neha Agnihotri
Abhishek Ranjan, Ayur Gillurkar, Dhruvin Bhuva, Praveen Nahar, and Sahil Thappa
Sam Singh and Jodi Calahoo-Stonehouse
Amrutha Prakash and Neha Mandlik
Janine Stowe, Aisha K, Neha Saini, Sumona Banerji and Vinit Soneji
Guo Qiu, Hanxu Yu, Hongyi Hu, Yuanning Han and Christiane M. Herr
RSD10 Keynote. Dr Derk Loorbach provides a transition perspective to address the complexities and uncertainty of change and presents development by design as a way forward.
Can systemic learning help make a safer world? Unraveling safety of mind and being in physical space
Swagata Naidu and Sucharita Beniwal
Shanu Sharma, Marie Davidová and Yashaswini Jayadevaiah
Enrica Ferrero, Giulia Ferrero, Elisa Ghignone, Martina Motta and Marco Ruffa
Svetlana Usenyuk-Kravchuk and Nikolai Korgin
Balancing Acceleration and Systemic Impact: Finding leverage for transformation in SDG change strategies
Ryan Murphy, Nenad Rava, and Peter Jones
Marie Davidova, Shanu Sharma, Dermott McMeel and Fernando Loizides
Sojung Kim and Joon Sang Baek
Leveraging Creative Tension between Sustainable Development Targets for Developing Micro-macro Level Collaboration
Anshul Agrawal and Maya Narayan
Twisha Mehta and Jenny Bentley
Francesca Carraro, Silvia Barbero and Tobias Luthe
Sustainability and its Paradoxes: The case study of a big coffee roasting company in the Turin Metropolitan Area on the lens of systemic design
Mariaserena Di Giovanni, Chiara Campolmi, Daniel Jaramillo Rueda, Tommaso Muzi, Domenico Devanna and Alisia Pellegrini
Emilija Veselova and Idil Gaziulusoy
Organized within a metaphorical honeybee graphic, the map includes bipartisan policies between nonprofits and government, technological improvements to the pollination process, activism and public awareness.
This visualisation presents value chains and quotidian needs brought together in the co-design for a floating neighbourhood in rural PI, based on an existing technical prototype of a single floating house.
This synthesis map explores the whole carbon profile of buildings to understand better the influences, challenges, and opportunities to reduce carbon emissions from the building sector in Canada.
The five-petal flower motif represents the delicate climate situation O’ahu’s flora and fauna faces and concludes that responsibility lands with global corporations and federal governments.
This map builds interconnections between multiple layers to reveal deeper insights towards framing the problem correctly and working towards a massive change for shifting our patterns towards a circular lifestyle.
This gigamap demonstrates a systemic approach to urban environment performance for the future Post-Anthropocene communities and economies.
There Is a Me in Us and We: Understanding Selfishness in Transdisciplinary Collaborations Among Design Students to Facilitate Sustainability Outcomes
The insight is a reminder for sustainability students and practitioners to acknowledge the role of their superiority and biases as a part of system dynamics in transdisciplinary collaboration for sustainability outcomes.
RSD9 Keynote. Vandana Shiva: Design, like every other discipline over the last few centuries, has been limited by colonialism and anthropocentrism – the assumption that colonising cultures are superior to the colonised, and humans are superior to other species.
Sucharita Beniwal and Swagata Naidu, National Institute of Design
Eduardo Mazuera & Laura Niño Caceres.
Joanna Boehnert and Simon Downs, Loughborough University
A Systemic, Socioecological Approach for Community Resilience: The case study of the World Music School
Authors: Timothee Landa, Susu Nousala
Author: Marie Davidová
Authors: Harshita Hassani, Naveen Kumar
Authors: Tejaswini Nagesh, Nitin Sekar, Praveen Nahar
Authors: Bharath Surendra, Manish Kumar, Shubham Yadav, Praveen Nahar, Sahil Thappa
Authors: Danjian Wang, Marie Davidová
Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Norway. Autonomous public transport systems and the ongoing implementation of a car-free city center policy in Oslo.
The University of Limerick, School of Design, Ireland. The relationships between various perceived dimensions of designing for place-based, ecologically driven systems change.
Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University, UK. A work in progress of Synergetic Landscapes unit of Master of Architectural Design at the Welsh School of Architecture.
National Institute of Design, India. A systemic exploration of the most basic physiological need for food and highly influential control means called markets.
Georgetown University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, USA. Commercial VR as a tool to produce pro-environmental behavior that combats climate change.
RSD8 Keynote. Chris Rudd: The future of the community depends on ending racism.
RSD8 Keynote. Columbia Professor and author Saskia Sassen: Detecting what is happening, de-theorizing in order to re-theorize.