TRANSDISCIPLINARIDADE DO DESIGN: NÍVEIS DE REALIDADE DISTINTOS

Palavras-chave: Design, Transdisciplinaridade, Ciência, Prática, Realidade

Resumo

A partir das noções de disciplina, design e transdisciplinaridade, este artigo faz uma revisão da literatura sobre design transdisciplinar e desdobra perspetivas sobre e para seu desenvolvimento a partir da análise e observação decorrentes de casos de estudo. O design como disciplina engloba diversas áreas de projeto, anfitriãs do design, que nutrem o espaço particular de cada uma e se sobrepõem em espaços partilhados, nos quais as suas influências particulares são visíveis em abordagens e artefatos resultantes. Partindo do three space model, da revisão da literatura apresentada e da observação e estudos empíricos em ambientes inter, multi e transdisciplinares, este artigo evidencia características da influência do design na dinâmica dos seus espaços transdisciplinar, partilhado e particular. Para além da identificação dos aspetos particulares e partilhados das áreas de projeto, os aspetos comuns têm sido um dos desafios do design transdisciplinar que passa pela identificação das suas invariantes, quer sejam de natureza específica ou não específica do design, com influência transdisciplinar capaz de alcançar e influenciar outras disciplinas. Designers, investigadores e educadores almejam identificar tais características, conhecimento que, uma vez integrado, será de grande utilidade e aplicação no desenvolvimento dos processos sociais de investigação, educação e prática do design. Com o intuito de despertar para os diversos níveis da realidade da colaboração no design, designers, estudantes e demais interessados, este artigo descreve e estrutura esses âmbitos para melhor compreensão do design transdisciplinar.

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Biografia do Autor

Sonia Liliana da Silva Vieira, Universidade do Porto
Graduação em Arquitetura pela Faculdade de Arquitetura (FA) da Universidade de Porto (UP). Mestrado em Design Industrial pela Faculdade de Engenharia (FE) da UP. Doutorado focado em formas de tradução do paradigma Lean Thinking em pesquisa, prática e educação de design pela UP e pela Delft University of Technology (TUDelft).

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2018-02-01
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Vieira, S. (2018). TRANSDISCIPLINARIDADE DO DESIGN: NÍVEIS DE REALIDADE DISTINTOS. Gestão & Tecnologia De Projetos, 13(1), 101-114. https://doi.org/10.11606/gtp.v13i1.110646
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