Systems Oriented Design / Systemorientert Design (NO)

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.

News blog

Workshop in Tallin

Thursday 20th February 2014 Birger Sevaldson was leading a workshop for design professionals and educators arranged by DDVE https://www.facebook.com/ddve.ee

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SOD studio price winners

The students from the 2013 autumn SOD studio won three out of six prices at the AHO WORKS AWARD!

Congratulations to the phantastic students! Your effort currage and stamina is essential for the development of systemic design.

Lillehammer Youth Olympics Project

The Oslo School of Arcitecture and Design: Sajedeh Ahi presented her system design thesis on the Lillehammer 2016 Youth Olympic Games. The jury was impressed by her innovative approach and excellent presentation. We were there and shared the awesome moment - congrats Sajedeh!

Adrian Paulsen at TEDx

Tusday 27th August 2013

 

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Adrian Paulsen who is a designer at HALOGEN and a former student of Service Design and Systems Oriented Design at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design is giving a TEDx talk in Stavanger

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To understand cultural differences

12th August 2013

 Linda Blaasværs master thesis project "Understanding Cultural Differences" got a price from Norsk Form The Foundation for Design and Architecture in Norway.

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Unfortunately they have not translated this to their English site.

 

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