Diseño y colaboración para la sostenibilidad: Análisis del modelo Fab City
Valenzuela Zubiaur, Macarena
Gisbert-Ferrer, Pablo Sebastián
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In recent years we have moved from the Information Society to the Knowledge Society, in which collaboration is a fundamental pillar of innovation processes, and society has become aware of the need to promote sustainable development. This requires the participation of individuals, companies and public and private institutions. Therefore, participation is a strategic axis to develop an innovation process. In recent years, some disciplines have directed their attention to design as an integrating and knowledge generating field that is characterized by being creative, strategic and innovative, placing the user as an object of study, through the process of "co-creation." Consequently, new design approaches such as Co-design have emerged, where designers adopt a key role in the development of future scenarios, such as the Fab City model, in which, the designer is called to be an articulating entity of environments where technology and interdisciplinarity are key in the process of sustainable innovation. This article presents an analysis of new specific design approaches in collaboration for sustainability and its relationship with the Fab City model.
- CIDIP 2020 (Alcoy)