Tuesday, May 24, 2022
Design for social change: on new practices that foster knowledge transfers from design sector elsewhere
This paper first reveals the practice of design for a social change in the case study of “Costruire Bellezza”, a permanent and interdisciplinary laboratory aimed at social cohesion. The rationale of the workshops is to stimulate “beautiful heals” for the homeless through fostering their own creative potential and the experience of relationships with the others (Campagnaro, Porcellana, 2016). Second the paper discusses an interdisciplinary methodology through the integration of both Design Anthropology Approach and Value - Based Approach to capture in a systematic way the way shared values are generated and/or enhanced throughout the design activities.
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