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Design activism

Anne Chick

Anne Chick is director of the Sustainable Design Research Centre at Kingston University, UK. Until recently, she was director of the Sustainability in Practice Network within WestFocus (a consortium of seven universities). She is adjunct professor in the Faculty of Environmental Design at the University of Calgary, Canada, an associate editor of the Design Journal and a Design Studies journal referee. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Paul Micklethwaite

Paul Micklethwaite is a research fellow in sustainable design at Kingston University. Paul undertakes research, knowledge transfer, and enterprise activities across a wide range of areas within sustainable design. His areas of research interest include design and manufacture with recycled materials and ‘green’ branding. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Design for Sustainable Change

AVA Publishing SA, 2011

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...The emerging idea of design activism unites the active nature of design and designing with strong political awareness. This chapter explores the often radical ways in which design is now being used as a form of direct action, to transform...

Design is to design a design to produce a design

Anne Chick

Anne Chick is director of the Sustainable Design Research Centre at Kingston University, UK. Until recently, she was director of the Sustainability in Practice Network within WestFocus (a consortium of seven universities). She is adjunct professor in the Faculty of Environmental Design at the University of Calgary, Canada, an associate editor of the Design Journal and a Design Studies journal referee. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Paul Micklethwaite

Paul Micklethwaite is a research fellow in sustainable design at Kingston University. Paul undertakes research, knowledge transfer, and enterprise activities across a wide range of areas within sustainable design. His areas of research interest include design and manufacture with recycled materials and ‘green’ branding. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Design for Sustainable Change

AVA Publishing SA, 2011

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...Heskett (2005:3)At first glance, the title of this chapter might not seem to make very much sense. Yet it uses the word ‘design’ in four very different, but useful, ways. First, design is a field or discipline. Second, design is an action...

Sustainability and design

Anne Chick

Anne Chick is director of the Sustainable Design Research Centre at Kingston University, UK. Until recently, she was director of the Sustainability in Practice Network within WestFocus (a consortium of seven universities). She is adjunct professor in the Faculty of Environmental Design at the University of Calgary, Canada, an associate editor of the Design Journal and a Design Studies journal referee. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Paul Micklethwaite

Paul Micklethwaite is a research fellow in sustainable design at Kingston University. Paul undertakes research, knowledge transfer, and enterprise activities across a wide range of areas within sustainable design. His areas of research interest include design and manufacture with recycled materials and ‘green’ branding. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Design for Sustainable Change

AVA Publishing SA, 2011

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...Design is critical in addressing the various agendas of sustainability, because it can have significant (both positive and negative) economic, environmental and social ripple effects. Design can drive the dematerialization of products...

The ‘S’ word

Anne Chick

Anne Chick is director of the Sustainable Design Research Centre at Kingston University, UK. Until recently, she was director of the Sustainability in Practice Network within WestFocus (a consortium of seven universities). She is adjunct professor in the Faculty of Environmental Design at the University of Calgary, Canada, an associate editor of the Design Journal and a Design Studies journal referee. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Paul Micklethwaite

Paul Micklethwaite is a research fellow in sustainable design at Kingston University. Paul undertakes research, knowledge transfer, and enterprise activities across a wide range of areas within sustainable design. His areas of research interest include design and manufacture with recycled materials and ‘green’ branding. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Design for Sustainable Change

AVA Publishing SA, 2011

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...A number of models of sustainability are presented in this chapter, all of which emphasize that sustainability has both an environmental and a humanitarian agenda. Poverty alleviation and environmental protection are intrinsically linked...

Design for development

Anne Chick

Anne Chick is director of the Sustainable Design Research Centre at Kingston University, UK. Until recently, she was director of the Sustainability in Practice Network within WestFocus (a consortium of seven universities). She is adjunct professor in the Faculty of Environmental Design at the University of Calgary, Canada, an associate editor of the Design Journal and a Design Studies journal referee. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Paul Micklethwaite

Paul Micklethwaite is a research fellow in sustainable design at Kingston University. Paul undertakes research, knowledge transfer, and enterprise activities across a wide range of areas within sustainable design. His areas of research interest include design and manufacture with recycled materials and ‘green’ branding. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Design for Sustainable Change

AVA Publishing SA, 2011

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...The sustainability agenda is closely linked to the development agenda. Design for sustainability, as it derives from the concept of sustainable development, must simultaneously address ecological health and human development, the two...

Design for sustainable living

Anne Chick

Anne Chick is director of the Sustainable Design Research Centre at Kingston University, UK. Until recently, she was director of the Sustainability in Practice Network within WestFocus (a consortium of seven universities). She is adjunct professor in the Faculty of Environmental Design at the University of Calgary, Canada, an associate editor of the Design Journal and a Design Studies journal referee. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Paul Micklethwaite

Paul Micklethwaite is a research fellow in sustainable design at Kingston University. Paul undertakes research, knowledge transfer, and enterprise activities across a wide range of areas within sustainable design. His areas of research interest include design and manufacture with recycled materials and ‘green’ branding. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Design for Sustainable Change

AVA Publishing SA, 2011

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...This chapter examines the different levels at which we might focus in seeking to bring about design for sustainable change: individual behaviour in the home; use of product service systems; participation in shared public services...

Design thinking

Anne Chick

Anne Chick is director of the Sustainable Design Research Centre at Kingston University, UK. Until recently, she was director of the Sustainability in Practice Network within WestFocus (a consortium of seven universities). She is adjunct professor in the Faculty of Environmental Design at the University of Calgary, Canada, an associate editor of the Design Journal and a Design Studies journal referee. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Paul Micklethwaite

Paul Micklethwaite is a research fellow in sustainable design at Kingston University. Paul undertakes research, knowledge transfer, and enterprise activities across a wide range of areas within sustainable design. His areas of research interest include design and manufacture with recycled materials and ‘green’ branding. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Design for Sustainable Change

AVA Publishing SA, 2011

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...‘Design’ is usually discussed in relation to particular design disciplines and professions, along with the industries which they serve. Does this traditional view capture all that design is and does? The emerging concept of ‘design...