Category Archives: CODE Publications

Med det sociale som designmateriale

Eva Brandt og Thomas Binder blev inviteret til at skrive et kapitel til bogen; Dansk Design Nu som udkom i Oktober 2016. Vi synes at det var en god anledning til at skrive om det sociale som det nye designmateriale.

Med det sociale som designmateriale

Eva Brandt og Thomas Binder blev inviteret til at skrive et kapitel til bogen; Dansk Design Nu som udkom i Oktober 2016. Vi synes at det var en god anledning til at skrive om det sociale som det nye designmateriale.

PhD Defence: Christina Lundsgaard: Web of Design Encounters

CODE are happy to announce that Christina Lundsgaard is defending her PhD dissertation ‘Web of Design Encounters: Everyday Worklife as an Open-ended Material’ on Friday 10th of February 2017 from 13.00 – ca. 16.00. Place: Auditorium 5, Danneskiold-Samsøes Allé 53

PhD Defence: Christina Lundsgaard: Web of Design Encounters

CODE are happy to announce that Christina Lundsgaard is defending her PhD dissertation ‘Web of Design Encounters: Everyday Worklife as an Open-ended Material’ on Friday 10th of February 2017 from 13.00 – ca. 16.00. Place: Auditorium 5, Danneskiold-Samsøes Allé 53

Capturing conversations

Seminar with Daniel Charny: Monday, 30.1, 14-16 at CODE, KADK 90.3.15 Both in design and design research many of us struggle with how to balance the doing of design experiments with the readings, conversations and sometimes writings that are essential

Capturing conversations

Seminar with Daniel Charny: Monday, 30.1, 14-16 at CODE, KADK 90.3.15 Both in design and design research many of us struggle with how to balance the doing of design experiments with the readings, conversations and sometimes writings that are essential

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

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

New publication: The Perform Codesign Experiment – on what people actually do and the relation between program and experiment in research through design

In November 2015 present paper was presented at IASDR15 (International Association of Societies of Design Research) in Brisbane, Australia. It is written by Eva Brandt (KADK), Mette Agger Eriksen (Malmö University), Thomas Binder (KADK) and Johan Redström (Umeå University). Abstract

New publication: The Perform Codesign Experiment – on what people actually do and the relation between program and experiment in research through design

In November 2015 present paper was presented at IASDR15 (International Association of Societies of Design Research) in Brisbane, Australia. It is written by Eva Brandt (KADK), Mette Agger Eriksen (Malmö University), Thomas Binder (KADK) and Johan Redström (Umeå University). Abstract