MADE.PT (design crítico para o crescimento e prosperidade)

DESCRIÇÃO

Grupo primeiramente orientado para a produção de design que consubstancie, em si mesmo, investigação; esta investigação pretende-se desenvolvida em sintonia quer com a necessidade de re-industrialização da Europa, quer com a inscrição simbólica e económica do design português neste campo expandido. 

KEYWORDS

Design Practice-led Research, Embedding Design in Innovation, Towards an Active Cultural Heritage, Critical Design Studies

ESTRUTURA

MADE.PT will be organized in the following laboratories:

  1. Laboratory of Museology and Museography
  2. Centre for archive and interpretation of drawing
  3. LED Laboratory
  4. Services design in health Laboratory
  5. Communication Design Lab
  6. Product Design Lab
  7. Design Management Lab

Group Coordinator elected by the Scientific Committee, two-year renewable term;
Scientific Committee formed by all integrated members;
Project coordinators emerge out of the projects themselves, or if necessary, appointed by the SC;
Plenary: Periodic meetings with all the members of this group, are set at least twice a year.

STAFF
Membros integrados

Vasco Afonso da Silva Branco
António Modesto da Conceição Nunes
Eduardo Filipe Valente Cunha da Silva Aires
Joana Maria Ferreira Pacheco Quental
Luís Nuno Coelho Dias
Maria Helena Ferreira Braga Barbosa
Maria de Fatima Teixeira Pombo
Graça Maria Alves dos Santos Magalhães
Maria da Conceição de Oliveira Lopes
Álvaro José Barbosa de Sousa
Rui Jorge Leal Ferreira Mendonça da Fonseca
Teresa Cláudia Magalhães Franqueira Baptista

Estudantes de Doutoramento

Ana Miriam Duarte Reis da Silva
Ana Rita Moutinho Coelho
António José de Jesus Gomes
Cláudia Regina da Silva Gaspar de Melo Albino
Gonçalo João Ribeiro Gomes
Hélder Ramos dos Santos
José Augusto Rodrigues de Sousa Coelho
Pedro Nuno Bandeira Maia
Renato Jorge Costa Lopes Bispo
Rui Carlos Ferreira Cavadas da Costa
Sandra Cerqueira Cruz
Sandra Isabel Valente Antunes
Tânia Sardinha Vieira
Vítor Manuel Quelhas Alves de Freitas
Roberto Osvaldo Gerhardt
Carla Regina Pires de Lima Mourisca Geraldo
Raquel Balsa de Sousa
Aurora Fernanda Guimarães Brochado e Silva
Rita Maldonado Branco

Outros investigadores

Carlos Alberto Ferreira Aguiar Pinto
Paulo Alexandre Tomé Rosado Bago d ́Uva
João Manuel Nunes Tavares Nunes
Luís Filipe Leal Ferreira Mendonça da Fonseca
Dijon Moraes Júnior
Gabriela Maria Casella
Maria Gabriela Vasconcelos de Sousa Pinheiro
Mário Augusto Bismarck Paupério de Almeida
Laís Guaraldo
Liliana Cristina Marques Soares e Aparo
Maria Olinda Carneiro Martins
Lígia Afreixo Ferreira Madureira da Silva
Susana Paula Gomes Luis Gonzaga
Noémia Cristina Herdade Gomes dos Santos Ferreira

OBJETIVOS
  • The study and interpretation (from a design perspective) of artefacts that offers a diachronic and multifaceted view of the development of Portuguese design throughout the 20th century;
  • the digitalization and 2D/3D modelling of those objects and of the related visual and textual documents;
  • the readability of this information using a new museographic discourse, both on the level of the interaction offered, and as means to adapt that information to the type of different media;
  • the project of exhibitions and the publication of books about those artifacts, using in both initiatives new relations with the digital representations.

To establish the Centre for archive and interpretation of drawing. To produce knowledge from the technological response to the economic and social structures. This aims to be a projective response to community: contributing to innovation by using new conceptual models for experience improvement mainly focused on man-machine mediation, applied to interaction, or the experimental development of human-architecture interaction mediated by walls-screens. Health-wise: patient emporwerment and pro-active citizenship. To foster creative autonomy in organizations.

Our projects will be developed with several perspectives transversal to the different fields of knowledge within the DESIS Network umbrella, and which can be distinctive of design for social innovation:

  • governance and soft-governance: the interplay between top-down and bottom up and its implications on governance and planning;
  • social activism and pro-activity: the capacity of individuals, groups and organisations to undertake initiatives and foster change at an higher level;
  • stakeholders and people participation: the way diverse stakeholders participate in decision making and implementing, the democratization and openness of the processes;
  • social interactions and relations: the potential of the initiatives to enhance social cohesion, conviviality, connections and sustainability;
  • evidences, spatial transformation and communication: the impact of the initiatives on the city, the media, the private and public space;
  • distributed and local production: the new production/distribution/consumption chains, the new technologies and the local assets/resources for more sustainable value creation systems;
  • skill training and capacity building: the need and opportunity of building new competences with, for and within the stakeholders;
  • job creation and social enterprise incubation: the potential of the initiatives to create new job opportunities and social business.
INVESTIGAÇÃO EM
DESENVOLVIMENTO

Some ongoing PhD Research:

  • Design strategies to cost reduction of food products packaging and brand design responsibility
  • From Natural Behavior to Post-digital Behavior,
  • Redesign of Products, Communication and NCP Service through the perspective of Design Vertical Integration.
  • Drawing the communication of knowledge: the role of expression in the information design.
  • Portugal Imagery: Design your visual Universe.
  • Epistemological Portuguese Design Museology .
  • Design in the participatory construction of inclusive materials for adolescents with special educational needs.
  • Paths of knowledge that are drawn playing. Interactive encyclopedia for deaf children, from 3 to 6 years.
  • Design as Territorial Marketing.
RESULTADOS
OBTIDOS