What is Design for Collaborative Cities (DxCC)
DxCC is a design research program, self-organized by DESIS Network, which involves several design schools around the world that work at the crossroads of city making, social innovation and design. More precisely, it is a group of projects (called: Thematic Cluster – TC), which adopt similar hypotheses of work, exchange experiences and aim to produce an open and shareable design knowledge.
The program is conceived as a series of local projects developed in parallel by different DESIS Labs and a series of DxCC events (conferences, seminars, workshops), with different focuses and different formats, organised in different places. Local projects and DxCC events interact with each other, feeding each other with experiences and reflections.
The DxCC has a duration of 3 years, between January 2018 and December 2020.
About the Seminar
This DxCC Seminar will take place in Bogotá, Colombia and will discuss the theme: Collaborative people in challenging places. It is a Pre-Cumulus Conference organized by the DESIS Network that will be held at Los Andes University at 28 October 2019 with the support of Red Académica de Diseño (RAD), ELISAVA Barcelona School of Design and Engineering, Tecnológico de Monterrey and UFRJ – Federal University of Rio de Janeiro/Coppe.
Collaborative people in challenging places is a Seminar that aims to focus on how innovative collaborative behaviors appear in challenging places, and what individual, social and environmental values they can produce.
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