59 Productions is an award-winning team of creativepeople that makes imaginative work for audiences of all kinds. The company’sdesigners, writers, directors, architects, animators, visual artists andtechnologists work together to produce artistic work in a range of disciplines.From architectural projection mapping to exhibition design; from VR experiencesto events; from theatrical design to technical consultancy, 59’s team combinesart and technology to tell amazing stories.
Designfor stage, live events and spatial installationsLeoWarner and Jenny Melville, from 59 ProductionsThursday9th November Bureau de Change is an award-winningarchitecture practice founded by architects Katerina Dionysopoulou and BillyMavropoulos. Its work is a direct product of the founders’ upbringing,passions and experiences – combining the pragmatism and formality of theirarchitectural training with a desire to bring a sense of theatre, playfulnessand innovation to the design of spaces, products and environments. Architecture has to be a result of acollaborative effort, by analysing and through prototyping, testing andmaking. Bartlett graduate Katerinatrained at Foster+Partners before joining Heatherwick Studio. Billystudied at the Royal College of Art and trained at Foster+Partners. Prior tofounding Bureau de Change. Spaces,products and environmentsBillyMavropoulous and Katerina Dionysopoulou, from Bureau de Change architectsThursday30th November MinaleTattersfield work across six disciplines, applying anintegrated approach we simply call good design.
We plan, create and deliver branded solutions with clarity across all mediatouch points. Good design operatesat the most visible and tangible level as well as subconsciously to influenceand shape behaviour. Coupled with strong strategic thinking, good design leadsto meaningful results: building a reputation, acquiring and retainingcustomers, attracting talent and empowering businesses to innovate.
Design Strategy GroupMarcello Minale (CEO MinaleTattersfield)Thursday 26th October DESIGN TALKS http://www.studynet1.herts.ac.uk/crs/17/5CTA1139-0906.nsf/Teaching+Documents/802581680032E5D380258066007684BD/$FILE/Ehrnberger_Visualising%20Gender%20Norms%20in%20Design.pdf Gender equality and equity in design is oftenhighlighted, but it often results in producing designs that highlight the differencesbetween men and women (86)”The furniture company IKEA chooses to put girls’names such as Felicia and Alvine on the soft, intimate, and decorative productslike fabrics, rugs, curtains, and upholstery, while more functional productssuch as bookcases and chairs, receive a boy’s name like Billy and Sebastian”(90) http://www.studynet1.
herts.ac.uk/crs/17/5CTA1139-0906.nsf/Teaching+Documents/802581680032E5D380258066007666FA/$FILE/Jencks_post-modern%20architecture.pdf Takenfrom PDF Upload- Study Net· “becauseits only this group which is really free enough to try their hand at anypossible style, modern or hybrid” http://www.
studynet1.herts.ac.uk/crs/17/5CTA1139-0906.nsf/Teaching+Documents/802581680032E5D3802580660076B7CC/$FILE/DiSalvo_Design%20and%20the%20Construction%20of%20Publics’.pdf Taken from PDF Upload- Study Net· “the problem of the public was not a problem of definition – itwas a problem of action” http://www.rmaarchitects.com/essays/everyday-urbanism.
pdf· “everydayurbanism is accretional. Its not big moves”Reference EverydayUrbanismis a concept introduced by Margaret Crawford, John Chase and John Kaliski in1999. Everyday Urbanism is an approach to Urbanism that finds its meanings ineveryday life, connecting human and social meanings with urban designs. MargretCrawford ” everyday urbanism is accretional. Its not big moves ” meaning the growthor increase by the gradual accumulation. A slow process which is something Iagree strongly, Everyday life is a process which takes allot of matters intoconsideration, Social and environmental.
I believe without the keys aspects ofUrbanism designing and producing but also adapting to present and futuregeneration would be a very inadequate to say the least “Margret CrawfordVs. Michael Speaks – ” Everyday Urbanism” By, Rahul Mehrotra Lecture 05_The SocialCity Howdoes, or might, design contribute to the construction of publics? Significantlyasked question, two sections of the question split into design and the public,linking back the globalization, and gender opinion, in my view. Consisting ofthe fundamentals politics technology and design. The diverse culturalassumptions of knowledge and truth and consequently multiple publics and theirdifferent interpretation are a shared representation of how design contributesto public, with the importance of characteristics. “the problem of the public was not a problem of definition – it was aproblem of action” indicating the public served a highlight of concern.
Theproblem being understanding the ways in which the products and processes ofdesign intersect with the public creating productive and multiple arguments. Salvo’s draws together theories and method from design,the social sciences, and the humanities, to analyze the social and politicalqualities of design and to prototype experimental systems. Lecture 04_Public and Urban Postmoderism is20th-century style and concept in the arts, architecture, and criticism, whichrepresents a movement from modernism and is characterized by different artisticstyles and media. Its skepticalinterpretations of culture, literature, art, philosophy, history, economics,architecture, fiction, and literary criticism. The function of this term is tocreate meaning in a balance, through structural arrangement elements. CharlesA.
Jencks 1977, Page 308, Several Architects are moving beyond modern styles ina tentative way, Postmodernism architecture was most found upon with students,where they could start practicing design in a more convincing manner. Quoted ” becauseits only this group which is really free enough to try their hand at anypossible style, modern or hybrid” Very true as students can go beyondpostmodernism as the limits are endless, where outside the globalized world isvery dogmatic, In the sense of principle.Lecture 01_Postmodernism “Gender equality and equity in design is often highlighted, butit often results in producing designs that highlight the differencesbetween men and women” A statement which consists of characteristics more thangender individuality, Stating that the artefacts that designers create have asignificant importance which includes, Formation, Maintenance and mostlyGender. To understand there is a clearillustration of separation between, Adults and children, Age and time alsoGeneration and Environment, “Thefurniture company IKEA chooses to put girls’ names such as Felicia and Alvineon the soft, intimate, and decorative products like fabrics, rugs, curtains,and upholstery, while more functional products such as bookcases and chairs,receive a boy’s name like Billy and Sebastian” The principle may not be asclear as the example stated above by Karin Ehrnberger, However still raises avalid point, should the society of design be heavily influenced by gender oropinion. Lecture 02_Identity and Everyday Jarzombek works on a wide range of topics, both historical andtheoretical, from the 12th century to the modern era. He is one of thecountry’s leading advocates for global history, Jarzombek’s and Prakash’s otherjoint venture is the Architecture, the lecture provided a comprehensive tourthrough the ages, spinning the globe to present the landmark architecturalmovements that characterized each time period. Spanning from 3,500 b.c.
e. topresent. Preservation enhances the image of architecture, and places financesnot in the making of new architecture but in its upkeep and maintenance andrebuilding, Urban destruction another focus of Jarzombek’s work. My opinion,Globalization is a development and influence operating on a large scale basedupon the stature of the environment, A series of social, political, andeconomic changes that affect everything from the operation of nations toeveryday life which come under the collective title of ‘globalization’.Lecture 06_ Globalization