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2.1 Found Objects

Melle Hammer, Amsterdam

Yara Khoury, Beirut

2.2 Materials

Graphic Thought Facility, London

2.3 Collage

Skolos Wedell, Boston

2.4 Synaesthesia

James Goggin, Chicago

 

In his book Designerly Ways of Knowing, Nigel Cross quotes S. A. Gregory: ‘The scientific method is a pattern of problem-solving behavior employed in finding out the nature of what exists, whereas the design method is a pattern of behavior employed in inventing things of value which do not yet exist. Science is analytic; design is constructive.’ Gregory’s eloquent contrast of the scientific and design methods of working positions the designer as one who explores ...

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