Author Archives: Joachim Halse

About Joachim Halse

I have worked as associate professor and enjoy teaching, supervising and researching co-design issues.

Public PhD defence

Lene Hald defends the PhD thesis Photographic Design Anthropology: Becoming through diffractive image-making and entangled visions in a Copenhagen immigrant youth context The defence takes place Monday 23 April 2018, at 13:00 in Aud. 5 at KADK, Danneskiold-Samsøes Allé 53,

Public PhD defence

Lene Hald defends the PhD thesis Photographic Design Anthropology: Becoming through diffractive image-making and entangled visions in a Copenhagen immigrant youth context The defence takes place Monday 23 April 2018, at 13:00 in Aud. 5 at KADK, Danneskiold-Samsøes Allé 53,

Joachim on the move

Dear Everybody, Since 2008 I have been part of an exciting journey to build a research- and education environment around codesign and design anthropology at KADK together with good colleagues and students. Working with talented, ambitious, and compassionate colleagues and

Joachim on the move

Dear Everybody, Since 2008 I have been part of an exciting journey to build a research- and education environment around codesign and design anthropology at KADK together with good colleagues and students. Working with talented, ambitious, and compassionate colleagues and

Rehearsing the Future (free download)

We have handed out the last copies of this great book originally published in 2010. There are no more dusty boxes of it under our tables, behind the doors or on the top shelves of CODE. To ensure broad and continued

Rehearsing the Future (free download)

We have handed out the last copies of this great book originally published in 2010. There are no more dusty boxes of it under our tables, behind the doors or on the top shelves of CODE. To ensure broad and continued

Design for hearing as opportunity and loss

Consider your ears. The hearing sense is central for so many aspects of everyday life, from waking up by your alarm clock, moving through traffic, and attending meetings, over enjoying music, and recognizing the voices of your loved ones. Some

Design for hearing as opportunity and loss

Consider your ears. The hearing sense is central for so many aspects of everyday life, from waking up by your alarm clock, moving through traffic, and attending meetings, over enjoying music, and recognizing the voices of your loved ones. Some

Crisis design?

The classic design disciplines as we know them – industrial, graphic, interior, fashion and furniture design – are under increasing pressure from contemporary societal issues. Climate changes, disproportionate distribution of wealth, lack of faith in political institutions, and ethnic animosities

Crisis design?

The classic design disciplines as we know them – industrial, graphic, interior, fashion and furniture design – are under increasing pressure from contemporary societal issues. Climate changes, disproportionate distribution of wealth, lack of faith in political institutions, and ethnic animosities

New Book: Design Anthropological Futures

With colleagues from Denmark and abroad, CODE has been part of editing and contributing to an exciting new book “Design Anthropological Futures” and we are proud to say that it is being published by Bloomsbury this week. Come by CODE for

New Book: Design Anthropological Futures

With colleagues from Denmark and abroad, CODE has been part of editing and contributing to an exciting new book “Design Anthropological Futures” and we are proud to say that it is being published by Bloomsbury this week. Come by CODE for

Prototyping a maker space in Tingbjerg Library

Video FIXER-FESTIVAL from Monika Havnø on Vimeo. Text by Inês Veiga, visiting Phd student in CODE “Biblioteket Skaber: Det kan fixes! FixHub Festival i Tingbjerg”, held May 11-13, 2016 was an amazing three-day festival at Tingbjerg Library, Copenhagen that engaged

Prototyping a maker space in Tingbjerg Library

Video FIXER-FESTIVAL from Monika Havnø on Vimeo. Text by Inês Veiga, visiting Phd student in CODE “Biblioteket Skaber: Det kan fixes! FixHub Festival i Tingbjerg”, held May 11-13, 2016 was an amazing three-day festival at Tingbjerg Library, Copenhagen that engaged