Systems Oriented Design

The designerly way to work with systems

The main mission of Systems Oriented Design is to build the designers own interpretation and implementation of systems thinking so that systems thinking can fully benefit from design thinking and practice and so that design thinking and practice can fully benefit from systems thinking.

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ZIP-Analysis

A short description of ZIP-Analysis and a text with rules of thumbs for GIGA-mapping is added under the GIGA-mapping menu

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Small Scale Energy Harvesting

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Francesco Zorzi from Italy was joining the Systems Oriented Design Studio in 2009 called "Challeng of Complexity"

He made a project of super distributed energy harvesting where objects collected their own energy and the surplus was stored in a "energy piggy bank".

The extraordinary nice graphics that he produced as a result from the studio have been used by me frequently to inspire and demonstrate good work.

Now it is a pleasure to learn that this work is going to be published in a new book IdN Extra - the Infographic Issue' book

See more of the graphics here >>>>>>

Cornell Lecture online

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Birger Sevaldsons lecture from the 2012 Hans and Roger Strauch Symposium on Sustainable Design, "Sustaining Sustainability: Alternative Approaches in Urban Ecology and Architecture," at Cornell University 4th February 2012 is now online.

The symposium was organized jointly by the Cornell University Department of Architecture and the Oslo School of Architecture and Design Research Center for Architecture and Tectonics.

Follow this link to see the lecture  >>>>>>

Michael Hensels keynote lecture at the symposium is found here >>>>>>

Diploma projects win prices

July 5th 2012: Two diploma projects that are based on SOD recieved prices at the final end of year seremony in june 2012.

Price for innovation in design Sponsored by: Norwegian Design Council

Winner: Christian von Hanno – Nordic Choice Hotels, for alle: Everybody’s Choice

Price for social innovation Sponset av: Norsk Form

Winner: Manuela Aguirre og Jan Kristian Strømsnes – Designing for dignity

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New diplomas

30th June 2012

We are happy to publish information on two new master diploma projects from AHO:

Design for dignity in a sexual violence response system

Manuela Aguirre Ulluoa & Jan Kristian Strømsnes, 2012

This project was done in collaboration with the Sexual Assault Centre (SAC) at the Legevakten emergency hospital in Oslo. Starting this new collaboration with a field and people who have not previously considered the expanded role of design was not an easy task. It was like opening a new field for design and together with the staff from SAC investigate how design can contribute in this case. The project addresses many aspects of SAC, spanning from information to products and interior as well as processes.

 

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To read more about this project follow this link >>>>>

 


 

Everybody's Choice

Christian von Hanno

This project looks into the relation between hotels, their booking process and the need to make solutions that fit all (Universal Design or Design for All)

 

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To read more about this project follow this link >>>>>

 

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