May 9th : CoDesign Lab @ Strate Research

Tiphaine Kazi-Tani will take part to the ultimate session of the annual Strate Reserch seminar, at Strate School of Design. Backing up on some seminal thoughts by W. Benjamin, A. Mendini, A. Branzi and J. Derrida, her talk, entitled “De quel côté être ? Du design, de l’expérience, du design d’expérience“, will question experience turned… Poursuivre la lecture May 9th : CoDesign Lab @ Strate Research

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Industrial relationships: Chair on Theory and Models of Conception

The Codesign Lab leads a research theme of the Chair “Theory and Models of Innovative Conception”, founded by Ecole des Mines. The TMCI chair is supported by 11 industrial partners. We focus on “strange objects”. The hype on internet of things, new robot-like objects, teleactivities and hybrid approaches between artistic and technical creations are… Poursuivre la lecture Industrial relationships: Chair on Theory and Models of Conception

Design & Genre / Gender & Design

Our two days colloquium begins tomorrow! For those who wish to hear the presentations but can not come, here are the livestreams:

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Design & Gender, a 2-days colloquium

Télécom ParisTech, 19-20 November 2015 Design & Gender is a 2-days colloquium, organised by Design en Recherche, as part of a serie of events funded by Campus Condorcet, inviting design researchers and practitioners to discuss various thematics, such as “the project”, teaching graphic design or research methods.

Presentation at INRIA Bordeaux | 8th of July

Emeline will be doing  a presentation on design and research at INRIA, Bordeaux, on the 8th of July, 10h30, answering the invitation of Anke Brock. She will present a serie of examples of how designers do research, research do with designers and the different possibilities Design [+][-][x] Research offer. Click to read the abstract (in french).

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Journées Doctorales de la SFSIC

The 21st and 22nd of May, Emeline presented a poster, called Les SIC au croisement des champs disciplinaires : le cas du design des objets dits “intelligents” (Media Studies at the crossroad of disciplines: the case of the so-called “smart” objects), at the SFSIC doctoral colloquium. ABSTRACT: Depuis quelque années, de nombreux objets se sont… Poursuivre la lecture Journées Doctorales de la SFSIC

Anne-Lyse Renon, Research Associate

Anne-Lyse Renon, Research Associate Anne-Lyse Renon is a graphic designer and PhD in Aesthetics and Anthropology from EHESS. Her Doctoral Thesis, realized between 2010 and 2016 at the Centre de Linguistique Anthropologique et Sociolinguistique, Institut Marcel Mauss (UMR 8178),  EHESS-CNRS, under the supervision of Victor Rosenthal is untitled “Design and Aesthetics in the practices of Science.”… Poursuivre la lecture Anne-Lyse Renon, Research Associate

Alexandra Borsari, Alumni

Alexandra Borsari – chercheuse nomade en anthropologie, alumni RESEARCH TOPIC [EN] : Nomadism and disruptive mobile micro dwelling experiments RESEARCH TOPIC [FR] : Nomadisme par les usages et le prototypage de mini maisons mobiles disruptives BIO [EN] : With my nomadic lifestyle, I practice slow full immersion to understand better the complexity of situations and… Poursuivre la lecture Alexandra Borsari, Alumni

Misbehaving & Design : A Workshop for the SIG Design Theory

From the 26th to the 27th of January 2015, the annual meeting of the SIG Design Theory was held in Mines ParisTech, Paris.  At this occasion, Annie Gentès and Emeline Brulé organised a workshop about Misbehaving Objects. The brief was the following: “In societies with high conceptive capacity, objects and techniques have multiple identities. This… Poursuivre la lecture Misbehaving & Design : A Workshop for the SIG Design Theory

Mibehaving & Design – Inspirations: a London report

Designers in Residence 2014: Disruption Design museum, London. 10 September 2014 – 8 March 2015. Official Abstract: “Now in its seventh year, Designers in Residence invites young designers – James Christian, Ilona Gaynor, Torsten Sherwood and Patrick Stevenson-Keating – to respond to a brief set by Deyan Sudjic, the Director of the Design Museum. For… Poursuivre la lecture Mibehaving & Design – Inspirations: a London report