How might Design avoid the over-development of Care?

David Coyles, Yutaka Yoshinaka

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So, ‘How might Design avoid the over-development of Care?’ One way we might want to approach this is to try to understand what the statement/question might mean? For Design to avoid, or even hit some intended target, it must be a process in keeping with meeting goals and requirements that were set out from the beginning. Is this reflective of how Design unfolds?

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDoes Design Care...?!
Subtitle of host publicationHead-to-Head Debates
EditorsPaul Rodgers, Craig Bremner, Giovanni Innella
PublisherLancaster University
Number of pages14
ISBN (Print)978-1-86220-372-3
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2020
EventDoes Design Care [2]...? - Chiba Univeristy, Chiba , Japan
Duration: 1 Jul 20193 Jul 2019


WorkshopDoes Design Care [2]...?
Abbreviated titleDDC2
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Bibliographical note

David Coyles is a lecturer in architecture and chair of the Hidden Barriers research cluster at Ulster University. Since 2012, David has led Cartographies of Conflict research project, a multidisciplinary investigation bringing together researchers from architecture, planning, conflict-studies, history, social policy and photography, to examine the social, political, economic and material effects of conflict. David teaches architectural design and architectural theory, emphasising the crucial role that architectural design can play in creating everyday social spaces that promote a sense of community and which give support and sustenance to individual lives.


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