RSD6 Chair & Editor, Birger Sevaldson: The Flourishing Together theme encompassed the contexts for flourishing in democratic societies and explored the opportunities for systemic design.
RSD6 Co-Chairs. Peter Jones & Birger Sevaldson: The sixth RSD symposium was held at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO).
RSD6 Keynote. Richard Buchanan: The intersection of dialectic and inquiry is fertile ground for exploring new dimensions of design practice and theory in the complexity of contemporary life.
RSD6 Keynote. Karl Otto Ellefsen: Myre is a fishing village in the Northern part of Norway, that I have followed for 50 years, and investigated by discussing transforming morphologies.
RSD6 Keynote. Michael Hensel: One of the most basic questions remains relatively unaddressed, namely the right to ground.
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.
RSD6 Keynote. Lucy Kimbell: This talk explores the issues arising when contemporary designerly approaches attempt to address systemic challenges.
RSD6 Keynote. John Ehrenfeld: The modernist bundle of beliefs and norms, which has powered Western societies for centuries, has begun to misfire badly in both the human and natural domains. “Sustainability” is not the answer.
Pravin Nahar: The educational framework for systems design is reflective, evolving, transdisciplinary, and occurs at various levels.
A people-centred strategy for innovation and participation – benefiting society, business and the individual
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.
Tom Vavik: Teaching the concept of Universal Design (UD) to design students has developed over the last decade.
Kees Dorst: Could there be something in the very nature of design practices that limits Design’s ability to deal with these very complex systems?
Ben Sweeting: Cybernetics and virtue ethics have had little if any explicit exchange. There are a number of areas in which they may contribute to or provide useful critiques of each other.
Joanna Boehnert: This research addresses the need for more effective visual representations of the key features of complexity.
Supporting Co-Design in Complex Healthcare Systems through the affordances and metaphors of tangible tools
Karianne Rygh’s exhibition at RSD6 showcases the tangible tools for co-design workshop facilitation.
Juan de la Rosa, Karolina Kohler, and Stan Ruecker
John Darzentas, Helen Petrie, and Jenny Darzentas
Andreas Wettre and Birger Sevaldson
Francesca Ostuzzi, Walter Dejonghe, and Jan Detand
Silvia Mata-Marin, Francis Carter, Dimeji Onafuwa, Ahmed Ansari, and Dan Lockton
Idil Gaziulusoy and Chris Ryan
Michael Arnold Mages
Author: Marie Davidová
Author: Marie Davidová
Authors: Marie Davidová and Mehmet Ali Gasseloğlu
Author: Manpreet Kaur Juneja
Author: Systemic Design Education at the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad
Author: Richardo Saint Clair
Author: Simón Sandoval Guzmán
Authors: Teresa Coronel, Kim Massicotte, Angelsea Saby, and Abezoo Talebzadeh
Authors: Professor Birger Sevaldson, Senior lecturer Linda Blaasvær, Lecturer Andreas Wettre
Authors: Anna Colagrossi, Jyotish Sonowal, Raul Valenzuela, and Roxanne Nicolussi
Authors: Helen Avery, Lund University, and Nihal Halimeh, Collective Architects in Burj El Barajneh Palestinian Camp
Author: Adrienne Pacini