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"Muu" projekt KNTS-59/97 ARH 2014/XVII
KNTS-59/97 ARH 2014/XVII "konverents „Building a community of practice” (1.03.2014−30.08.2014)", Veronika Valk-Siska, Toomas Tammis, Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Arhitektuuriteaduskond.
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KNTS-59/97 ARH 2014/XVII
konverents „Building a community of practice”
Conference „Building a community of practice”
Conference „Building a community of practice”
1.03.2014
30.08.2014
Teadus- ja arendusprojekt
Muu
ETIS klassifikaatorAlamvaldkondCERCS klassifikaatorFrascati Manual’i klassifikaatorProtsent
4. Loodusteadused ja tehnika4.1. Arhitektuur ja tööstusdisainT240 Arhitektuur, sisekujundus2.1. Ehitusteadused (ehitusprojekteerimine, ehitustehnika, tööstus- ja tsiviilehitus ning teised seotud teadused)100,0
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Eesti Kunstiakadeemiakoordinaator01.03.2014−30.08.2014
Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Arhitektuuriteaduskondkoordinaator01.03.2014−30.08.2014
AsutusRiikTüüp
Eesti Kultuurkapital
PerioodSumma
01.03.2014−30.08.20142 849,00 EUR
2 849,00 EUR
siseriiklik leping

Design practice research builds on architects’ and designers’ responsibility to further their practice domain, and that this examination of the nature of their mastery promotes and extends the fundamental knowledge base of their discipline, and thus its ability to serve the society. How do general ideas about design practice research migrate and mutate, synergize and conflict in the encounter with the context of the specific venturous practice? The event invites to reflect and discuss how design and planning mindsets are not only articulated but also generated, developed and practiced through design practice research. We therefore aim to offer certain perspectives, related to the following questions: – Architecture as such is often presented as particularly site-specific, the practices of designers and planners are culturally grounded and imply certain habits of thought – including the way that we understand ‘research’. What might be the universal characteristics of a contemporary venturous practice? – Behind the advocacy for ‘design practice research’, like in other creative fields, there is always a certain agenda. Who needs ‘design practice research’? And why? How are the design and planning practices articulated, developed and also altered in the research framework?
Design practice research builds on architects’ and designers’ responsibility to further their practice domain, and that this examination of the nature of their mastery promotes and extends the fundamental knowledge base of their discipline, and thus its ability to serve the society. How do general ideas about design practice research migrate and mutate, synergize and conflict in the encounter with the context of the specific venturous practice? The event invites to reflect and discuss how design and planning mindsets are not only articulated but also generated, developed and practiced through design practice research. We therefore aim to offer certain perspectives, related to the following questions: – Architecture as such is often presented as particularly site-specific, the practices of designers and planners are culturally grounded and imply certain habits of thought – including the way that we understand ‘research’. What might be the universal characteristics of a contemporary venturous practice? – Behind the advocacy for ‘design practice research’, like in other creative fields, there is always a certain agenda. Who needs ‘design practice research’? And why? How are the design and planning practices articulated, developed and also altered in the research framework?
KirjeldusProtsent
Katse- ja arendustöö100,0