Introducing Metadesign (POK)

Introducing Metadesign (POK)
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Introducing Metadesign (POK)
Introducing Metadesign aims to present the whole design process, covering phases, activities and tools, enabling students to “designing the design process”. The “Introducing Metadesign” stems from the need to transfer a methodology, a consolidated research practice able to support the design process. The design process is inextricably linked to all the elements of constraint and context that characterize the reality in which the product/service will be developed, communicated, marketed and used.

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The course structure foresees the reconstruction in phases and successive elaborations of all the elements of context that come into relation with the object of the design process (product, space, service, communication artifact…) influencing its characteristics and creating the “platform” of elements that make its development possible.




The set of contextual elements is the scenario on which the construction of the design brief is based, that is the explanation of all the elements that contribute to define a new product. This is not the result of a deterministic vision of design as a direct consequence of the elements of context - production, resources, market, context of use - but the formalization of a practice that in the Italian context has historically fueled the ability to continuously and constantly innovate. Design research thus becomes the tool through which the awareness of the system of available resources is built by creating an organized knowledge platform, a metadesign, which already contains all the elements defining the product.

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PREREQUISITES

No prerequisite knowledge is required. Nevertheless, to have a basic understanding of the design discipline and founding theories, Students are invited to read:

- Heskett, J. (2005). Design: A very short introduction (Vol. 136). Oxford University Press.

- Disegno industriale: un riesame, 1991, “Campi del sapere” n. 142, Feltrinelli.



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Free Course
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