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Circularity as Unifying Concept in Systemic Design for Sustainability?

Luthe, Tobias, Lamar, Angel, Sevaldson, Birger, Hegli, Tine, Storen Berg, Marianne and Hemmersam, Peter (2020) Circularity as Unifying Concept in Systemic Design for Sustainability? In: Proceedings of Relating Systems Thinking and Design (RSD9) 2020 Symposium., 9-17 Oct 2020, Ahmedabad, India.

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Abstract

The project stimulates, pilots and practices more collaborative interdisciplinary understanding and action on circularity. In this first project state for the year 2020, the following elements and tools (four-step approach) were designed to achieve these goals:

Systemic assessment of ongoing “circular” AHO activities in research, education, by people, and with partners, through Gigamapping
A joint open “brown bag” lunch lecture series
A new cross-institute elective Master teaching course on circular design
A joint research application on circularity themes
In this 90min dialogue session, we intend to develop with participants a shared vision of what circularity in design may mean to everyone, and whether circularity may be equipped to better bridge between the different creative disciplines, with science, and practice? Is circularity in its various kinds a feasible and applicable bridging concept that would allow “us” to become better systemic designers, and hence to advance sustainable solutions to societal challenges?

Key take-aways for participants will be to develop an enriched picture of circularity, and reflect how its implementation at AHO in multiple ways could be useful in one’s own institution, group, or work.

Item Type: Conference/Workshop Item (Paper)
Divisions: Faculty of Design
Date Deposited: 04 May 2022 20:04
Last Modified: 04 May 2022 20:15
URI: http://openresearch.ocadu.ca/id/eprint/3618

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