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Publisher: [Place of publication not identified], BLOOMSBURY VISUAL ARTS, 2019.
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Featuring a great range of international case studies, looking at everything from the function of a Danish clothing company, to the evolution of New Zealand's resource-based economy, Design Culture interrogates what this emergent discipline is, its methodologies, its scope and its relationships with other fields of study. The book's truly interdisciplinary approach brings fresh thinking to this fast-evolving field  Read more...
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DESIGN CULTURE.
[Place of publication not identified], BLOOMSBURY VISUAL ARTS, 2019
(OCoLC)1041765288
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
ISBN: 9781474289825 1474289827
OCLC Number: 1082137010
Description: 1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations (black and white).
Contents: Introducing Design Culture --
Section 1: Developing Design Culture --
Introduction --
Design Culturing: Making Design History Matter --
Kjetil Fallan --
Taste and Attunement: Design Culture as World Making --
Ben Highmore --
Embedding Design in the Organisational Culture: Challenges and Perspectives --
Alessandro Deserti and Francesca Rizzo --
Use in Design Culture --
Toke Riis Ebbesen --
Section 2: Addressing Market and Society --
Introduction --
A Brand --
for --
Everyone --
Sara Kristoffersson --
Buying into the Future: A Case Study of a Danish Brand of Fashionable Children's Clothing --
Trine Brun Petersen --
The Glowing Black of fritz-kola. Aestheticisation in Design Culture --
Mads Nygaard Folkmann --
Section 3: Positioning Design Professions --
Introduction --
Design Culture in the Sex Toy Industry: a new phenomenon --
Judith Glover --
Working from Home: Fashioning the Professional Designer in Britain --
Leah Armstrong --
On the Professional and Everyday Design of Graphic Artifacts --
Sarah Owens --
The Fixing I: Repair as Prefigurative Politics --
Gabriele Oropallo --
Section 4: Locating Design Culture --
Introduction --
Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed: Relocating Kähler's brand heritage --
Niels Peter Skou --
Performing Turkish Design in Products, Collections and Exhibitions: Expanding the Archive, Seeking Depth --
Harun Kaygan --
A Theoretical Straddle: Design Culture between National Structures and Transnational Networks --
Joana Ozorio de Almeida Meroz and Katarina Serulus --
The Challenges and Opportunities of introducing Design Culture in Jordan --
Danah Abdulla --
Epilogue: Design Culture as Practice --
Index.

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Featuring a great range of international case studies, looking at everything from the function of a Danish clothing company, to the evolution of New Zealand's resource-based economy, Design Culture interrogates what this emergent discipline is, its methodologies, its scope and its relationships with other fields of study. The book's truly interdisciplinary approach brings fresh thinking to this fast-evolving field of study.

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This stimulating introduction to the approaches and ideas which inform design culture should do much to promote new ways of thinking about both design and culture, and the dialectic between them. * Read more...

 
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