Nowadays resilience, beyond its relevance for economic studies, is becoming of fundamental importance in Design for sustainability, inclusion and social improvement. Around this term, the authors have developed and experimented a design strategy, tools and methods for sustainable and inclusive design researches and teaching, which are based on three concepts: Compatible, Aware and Equal. The approach is human-centred with a mix of different applied methodologies that variates according to the context and the research purpose. Multidisciplinarity and Co-Design are constant, while tools like QFD have been redesigned and adapted to the new methodological requirements. In this paper, authors will discuss about their design strategy by analysing some experiences in various fields such as cultural heritage or Internet of Things for increasing awareness, sustainable lifestyle and intergenerational sociality. Three examples will be illustrated evaluating their result and impact on the society in terms of awareness, compatibility and equality.

Awareness, compatibility and equality as drivers to resilience in sustainable design research

Mincolelli G.
Primo
Conceptualization
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Giacobone G. A.
Secondo
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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Imbesi S.
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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Marchi M.
Penultimo
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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Petrocchi F
Ultimo
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
2021

Abstract

Nowadays resilience, beyond its relevance for economic studies, is becoming of fundamental importance in Design for sustainability, inclusion and social improvement. Around this term, the authors have developed and experimented a design strategy, tools and methods for sustainable and inclusive design researches and teaching, which are based on three concepts: Compatible, Aware and Equal. The approach is human-centred with a mix of different applied methodologies that variates according to the context and the research purpose. Multidisciplinarity and Co-Design are constant, while tools like QFD have been redesigned and adapted to the new methodological requirements. In this paper, authors will discuss about their design strategy by analysing some experiences in various fields such as cultural heritage or Internet of Things for increasing awareness, sustainable lifestyle and intergenerational sociality. Three examples will be illustrated evaluating their result and impact on the society in terms of awareness, compatibility and equality.
2021
978-952-64-9004-5
Resilience, Sustainable Design, Design Research, Design Methods, Human-Centered Design
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