PAD #13
Design for Territories soon online

D4T / ottobre 12, 2016 / Dissemination, News

We share with you the table of contents of the PAD issue dedicated to the Design for Territories.

On May 2016, D4T launched a call on PAD Journal with the objective of collecting several contributions about the issue of Design for Territories. The call was developed around three tracks.

Thirteen papers have been selected and the issue will be soon available online.
We share as a preview the table of contents of PAD#13 issue.

PAD#13 Design for Territories

  • Editorial #13. Which Design for which Territories?
    Marina Parente, Carla Sedini

Theories and Practices

  • Design for Territories as reflective practice
    Marina Parente
  • Milano, Zona Tortona. Understanding a place branding strategy built upon history, visions and design
    Carla Sedini, Luca Fois
  • Design Networking. Local systems of collaborative economies
    Maria Antonietta Sbordone
  • Social oriented design for disused buildings. The case study of MR
    Marco Borsotti, Sonia Pistidda

Tangible and Intangible

  • Envision the nocturnal territory: Urban lighting as a design strategy for the recovery of places
    Helena Gentili , Daria Casciani
  • À propos du Master 3D, Tunis 2013-17. Artisanat, design et territoire. La civilisation matérielle au pluriel
    Anna Calvera, Debora Giorgi, Yosser Halloul, Insaf Khaled, Rosa Povedano
  • Territory and Aesthetic as tools for product design
    José Luis González Cabrero, Ana Margarita Ávila Ochoa
  • The social representation of a territory
    Letizia Bollini
  • Wayfinding Systems and Street Sign Design for the public streets and pedestrian areas of Egypt
    Reham Mohsen, Andreas Sicklinger

Competition and Collaboration

  • A quality label for temporary reuse. Co-design practices
    Raffaella Fagnoni, Silvia Pericu
  • Mapping the territory for cultural development. The methodological assumptions of Artificio Project
    Rossana Gaddi
  • CampUS: co-designing spaces for urban agriculture with local communities
    Davide Fassi, Laura Galluzzo, Annalinda De Rosa
  • The relevance of participation in the Systemic Design Approach for Rural Development
    Miriam Bicocca
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