KYOTO Design Lab Participatory Session
Speculation of ikigai from Kyoto
──Case study on Practice of Transition Design

日時|2019年8月8日[木] 17:00-20:00(開場 16:30)
会場|京都工芸繊維大学 KYOTO Design Lab 2F
講師|岩渕正樹[Parsons School of Design MFA Design & Technology Program]
   水野大二郎[Kyoto Design Lab]

Design Question

2019年6月1日より、KYOTO Design Lab 2019年度デザインリサーチャー・イン・レジデンス・プログラムに参加する岩渕正樹氏と水野大二郎特任教授による、成果展示および参加型セッションを開催いたします。




KYOTO Design Lab Participatory Session
Speculation of ikigai from Kyoto
──Case study on Practice of Transition Design

Date and Time|17:00-20:00, 8 August 2019 (Open 16:30)
Venue|Hall, KYOTO Design Lab at Kyoto Insitute of Technology
Number of positions|50
Speaker|Masaki Iwabuchi[Parsons School of Design MFA Design & Technology Program], Prof. Daijiro Mizuno[Kyoto Design Lab]

Design Question
How can we envision our lifestyle in 2050 from Kyoto?
How can we speculate the role of future designer with participants?

Masaki Iwabuchi, who are participating in KYOTO Design Lab 2019 Design Research in Residence Program from June 1, 2019, and Professor Daijiro Mizuno will hold the exhibition of research deliverables and the participatory session.

When Masaki drew “the future lifestyle” in Kyoto, he used “Transition Design” which has attracted attention as new design theory and method. In 2015, Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design published this theory holding up the ultra-comprehensive and interdisciplinary mission to “design societal transition to the sustainable future.” However, there are few practical case studies.

Therefore, in this session, we will show the process and thoughts that Masaki has worked on, and present a vision that reflects Kyoto’s 1000+ year history into the future reversely through multiple deliverables such as conceptual video and products. In addition, using this session as an experimental site, we would like to deepen our understanding of the concepts of “building a holarchy model” and “reverse irradiation from the past” which are the core of the transition design. We will discuss its possibility of application to practice and redefining the designer in a participatory form.

Please join us if you are interested in advanced design theory or/and want to explore the quality of future designer.