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FORMakademisk - forskningstidsskrift for design og designdidaktikk
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ISSN (Print) 1890-9515
Published by FORMakademisk Homepage  [1 journal]
  • Bokanmeldelse. Digitale medier og materialitet

    • Authors: Lovise Søyland
      Abstract: Jon Hoems bok er høyst aktuell, og et etterlengtet og viktig bidrag som åpner opp nye forståelser, per­spektiver og muligheter knyttet til digitale medier og materialitet. Hoem løfter fram ulike eksisterende syn og forståelseshorisonter som vi kan bruke til å nærme oss materialitet. Det er ikke bare de fysiske omgivelsene og materialene vi har rundt oss som har en materialitet som kan sanses og erfares. Hoem stiller viktige spørsmål som: Hva skjer når grunnleggende betingelser for hvordan vi sanser endres, og hvordan sanser vi det immaterielle' Samspillet mellom materialer, digitale teknologier og mennesker – og hvilke skapende handlingsmuligheter som ligger i dette koblingsfeltet, er noe av det mest sentrale ved boka. Hoem går i bredden både på hvordan vi kan forstå digital materialitet som uttrykk og som ulike representasjonsformer.
      PubDate: 2022-06-24
      DOI: 10.7577/formakademiskmisk.4961
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • Exploring richness in design spaces as a multi-level defined construct

    • Authors: Wouter Kersten, Jan Carel Diehl, Jo M.L. van Engelen
      Abstract: It seems relevant that designers who are dealing with complex societal issues need to be able to assess whether the complexity of the design task has been captured sufficiently. We put forward that assessing the “richness” of intermediate results of a design process can be used for this. We explore the introduction of richness as a multi-level defined construct to create a shared language for this assessment. We created a three-part definition and tested its workability and value for designers. The results demonstrate the workability of considering richness as a multi-level defined construct, and value of using it to assess the richness of an intermediate result of a design process, to inform the decision whether to continue the design process. This exploration can be built upon in various ways.
      PubDate: 2022-06-23
      DOI: 10.7577/formakademiskmisk.4133
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • Material-Driven Architectural Pedagogy

    • Authors: Pelman Pelman, Amit Raphael Zoran
      Abstract: Most contemporary architecture programmes use a pedagogical model in which students construct their design knowledge by engaging in an architectural project. Due to the size and complexities of the physical environments they study, students develop their design knowledge primarily by using representations of the material world. The learning opportunities afforded by the experience of materials hence are often overlooked. In this study, we seek evidence that material experiences have an agency on architectural teaching and learning. Using sociomaterial perspectives, we followed two architecture designbuild courses, analysed their students’ learning diaries, and contextualised them with the teacher’s pedagogical reflections. We found correlations between specific materials and specific knowledge, skills, and technological competencies and demonstrated how materials could be used as ‘learning agents’ in architectural education. The paper’s findings contribute to the development of a material-driven ped­agogy in which materials are used as ‘learning agents’ in architectural education.
      PubDate: 2022-05-30
      DOI: 10.7577/formakademiskmisk.4787
      Issue No: Vol. 15, No. 1 (2022)
       
 
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