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Design Research Now

Essays and Selected Projects

Ed. by Michel, Ralf

With contrib. by Chamberlain, Paul / Bonsiepe, Gui / Cross, Nigel / Keller, Ianus / Frens, Joep / Buchanan, Richard / Meroni, Anna / Krippendorff, Klaus / Stappers, Pieter Jan / Jonas, Wolfgang / Schneider, Beat / Vihma, Susann / Manzini, Ezio

Series:Board of International Research in Design

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    Publication Date:
    December 2012
    Copyright year:
    2007
    ISBN
    978-3-7643-8472-2
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    Overview

    • Situates design research within today’s design landscape
    • Contains essays by leading international design scholars, including Nigel Cross, Ezio Manzini, and Gui Bonsiepe
    • With examples from current research projects

    Aims and Scope

    Design is becoming a recognised academic discipline, and design research is the driving force behind this transformation. Design Research Now – Essays and Selected Projects charts the field of design research with introductory essays and selected research projects. The authors of the essays, all leading international design scholars, stake out positions on the most important issues of design research. They locate the significance of design research at the interface with technological development, describe what makes it a necessary ingredient of the continued development of the design disciplines, and assign it a seminal role in the relevant developments of society.
    The essays are supplemented by the presentation of recently completed research projects from universities in the Netherlands, theUK andItaly.

    Details

    254 pages
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    Language:
    English
    Type of Publication:
    Monograph

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    Ralf Michel, Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst, Basel, Switzerland

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