Category Archives: Events

Rethinking Participatory Design: Where is the D? How to Open Design for Participation

We invite to an open seminar with Yanki Lee (Hong Kong/London) Wednesday 13th December from 9.00 – 10.30 at KADK, Building 90. Room 90. 3. 15. Fabrikmestervej 6, 1435 Copenhagen K. Dr Yanki Lee is the co-founder of Enable Foundation, a non-profit social

Rethinking Participatory Design: Where is the D? How to Open Design for Participation

We invite to an open seminar with Yanki Lee (Hong Kong/London) Wednesday 13th December from 9.00 – 10.30 at KADK, Building 90. Room 90. 3. 15. Fabrikmestervej 6, 1435 Copenhagen K. Dr Yanki Lee is the co-founder of Enable Foundation, a non-profit social

Time for democratic design experiments?

Invitation to open seminar on Friday, October 27 from 14-17 at KADK. Over the last decades design has increasingly engaged with complex social issues, with the ambition to expand citizen participation and make more voices heard in a move towards

Time for democratic design experiments?

Invitation to open seminar on Friday, October 27 from 14-17 at KADK. Over the last decades design has increasingly engaged with complex social issues, with the ambition to expand citizen participation and make more voices heard in a move towards

Call for contribution at DRS 18 (deadline 6:th of Nov)

Code researcher Li Jönsson is together with her peers Åsa Ståhl, Laura Forlano, Ramia Mazé and Kristina Lindström hosting a track at next years DRS conference. The track; “Design, Research and Feminism(s)” invite contributions exploring notions of criticality and, or,

Call for contribution at DRS 18 (deadline 6:th of Nov)

Code researcher Li Jönsson is together with her peers Åsa Ståhl, Laura Forlano, Ramia Mazé and Kristina Lindström hosting a track at next years DRS conference. The track; “Design, Research and Feminism(s)” invite contributions exploring notions of criticality and, or,

Seminar: “Utsusu“: The projection as cultural gesture

Welcome to open seminar with Tomoko Mukai, associate professor at the Department of Design, College of Art, Nihon University in Tokyo. Wednesday 4. October from 11 – 12 at CODE (Center for Codesign Research), Room 90. 3. 15, Fabrikmestervej 6,

Seminar: “Utsusu“: The projection as cultural gesture

Welcome to open seminar with Tomoko Mukai, associate professor at the Department of Design, College of Art, Nihon University in Tokyo. Wednesday 4. October from 11 – 12 at CODE (Center for Codesign Research), Room 90. 3. 15, Fabrikmestervej 6,

Exhibition: Daily Dosage

Everyday we’re exposed to harmful chemicals that threaten our health and well-being through the food we eat and the products we use. Sofia Germani and Melanie Povlitzki – recent graduates from the codesign master’s program at KADK – have worked

Exhibition: Daily Dosage

Everyday we’re exposed to harmful chemicals that threaten our health and well-being through the food we eat and the products we use. Sofia Germani and Melanie Povlitzki – recent graduates from the codesign master’s program at KADK – have worked

The Power of a Hopeful if

‘The Power of a Hopeful if’ was the title of professor Thomas Binder’s final keynote presentation at the Nordic Design Research Conference (Nordes), June 2017. The theme of the conference was POWER and DESIGN. The 7th Nordes conference comes at a

The Power of a Hopeful if

‘The Power of a Hopeful if’ was the title of professor Thomas Binder’s final keynote presentation at the Nordic Design Research Conference (Nordes), June 2017. The theme of the conference was POWER and DESIGN. The 7th Nordes conference comes at a

Stand up for Democracy

  Democracy cannot be taken for granted. As fellow design researchers professor Ezio Manzini and professor Victor Margolin write in an open letter to the design community: We are in difficult and dangerous times. For many years, we lived in

Stand up for Democracy

  Democracy cannot be taken for granted. As fellow design researchers professor Ezio Manzini and professor Victor Margolin write in an open letter to the design community: We are in difficult and dangerous times. For many years, we lived in