Talking of inter-disciplinary design reminds us of the discipline of design, which has long been open to collaboration with other fields of study and professional competences, encouraged by its strong, inborn “dialoguing, relational” spirit. Having developed an identity and a structure whose boundaries are blurred and always open to change, interdisciplinary design occupies a specific place within the larger discipline. Long before the notion of inter-disciplinary work became a talking-point, it was hinted at through the notion of a designers progression from education through professional life. A key figure in identifying this approach, was Gillo Dorfles, an Italian artist, critic, and philosopher, who attempted to demonstrate the connections between various disciplines and industries as opposed to the issues that divided them. One of the pioneers of an interdisciplinary design process,even when it was not acknowledged as such by the professional community.
|Numero di pagine||12|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2018|