Author Archives: guyjulier
I asked recipients of DHS Conference Bursaries to provide some of their own comments on the conference. Here are some extracts: En un mundo en el que el diseño propicia el surgimiento de nuevas formas de comunidad y reescribe la … Continue reading
Alastair Fuad-Luke, Professor Emerging Design Practices, Aalto University, Helsinki led an impromptu workshop. The participants of the workshop were Tim Putnam, Greg Votolato, Silvia Schiaulini, Claudia Garduño García, Patricio Davila, Henk Oosterling, Juan Uribe, Helen Chance, Agata Szydeowska, Agata Antonowicz-Tamm … Continue reading
Without a hint of jet-lag or hangover, delegates launched into the final day. In fact, it occurred to me that Barcelona has this strange effect — at least on me — which is, the less you sleep here the better … Continue reading
I realised at some point today, probably after lunch, that the most important thing for a successful conference is conviviality, because that leads to sharing and that leads to delegates being prepared to give themselves over to that. But even … Continue reading
I only wish I could split myself into 6 and then I could write about all 6 strands. Otherwise, I can´t really do the conference in its entirety justice. I would be too partial, just filtering what I picked up. … Continue reading
In case the tours, receptions, coffee breaks and other interstitial moments aren´t sufficient for the sharing of thoughts arising from the conference, you may like to leave these by making your comments on this blog. So today got off to … Continue reading
Jose Bernardi´s paper, ´Re-imagining Medellin: a narrative of communal hope strengthened by design´ (originally programmed for 1200 Thursday 8 Sept) has been moved to Friday 8 Sept., at 1000h, Room 2 (219), session: ´Re-imagining the City (4)´.
It´s a fine, sunny day with a light breeze here in Barcelona today. Yesterday we got word that Jaume Ciurana, Deputy Mayor of Barcelona is unable to attend the conference opening this afternoon. Llucia Homs, Director of Cultural Sector Development … Continue reading
…nearly there, yes… We have nearly 200 signed-up for the conference. The final version of the conference programme has gone to print. Thanks to Sebastia Duatis who has designed the book of abstracts. It is a thing of beauty. As … Continue reading
Online registration will close on Friday 2 September. If you wish to register after that day, you will need to pay by cash at the conference reception, 1530h., FAD, PL. DELS ÀNGELS, 5-6 on Wednesday 7 September.