DDFV Playground Meetings

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Research through Design for Values – An Exploration of 7 Projects

2018-08-27T15:00:30+00:00August 20th, 2018|DDFV Blogs, DDFV Playground Meetings|

How are values taken into account in projects that carry out research through industrial and architectural design? A seed project of the Delft Design for Values Institute (DDfV) is currently exploring this question. Preliminary results were presented at the DDFV Playground Meeting of 17 May 2018. In this blog post a short report on those results – and a call to participate in a follow-up workshop.

“Values Never Conflict, Only Practices Do” – So Design Solutions May Exist

2018-04-12T12:38:13+00:00March 19th, 2018|DDFV Blogs, DDFV Playground Meetings|

"Values as such never conflict, only the practices in which they are embedded do." This seemingly simple claim by DDFV-researcher Annemiek van Boeijen is what stuck with me most after the interesting and engaged discussion that we had at the DDFV Playground Meeting of 15 March. It is actually an important insight that is key to what the Delft Design for Values Institute does.