Dezembro 2020 vol. 8 num. 5 - Colóquio Internacional de Design 2020

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Design, pesquisa, ciência e academia: conflitos e aproximações

Design, research, science and academy: conflicts and approximations

Luccas, Lucas Ferreira; Magalhães, Cláudio de Freitas;

Artigo completo:

O campo do design surgiu e se desenvolveu historicamente inserido em uma divisão conceitual de práticas e conhecimentos: humanidades e ciências naturais, artes e engenharias. Este artigo visa traçar relações entre o conceito de projeto no campo do Design, as tradições epistemológicas da Ciência Moderna segundo Japiassu (1978) e os seus conflitos ao se inserir no ambiente acadêmico e universitário. Compara também a atividade de design através das perspectivas positivista e construtivista e suas influências na formação do campo. A partir de exemplos de teorias e práticas acadêmicas do Design baseada em Dorst (2016), discute a prática do campo artificial "Design Acadêmico" (Academic Design, tradução do autor) proposto por ele (DORST, 2013) e o método de Pesquisa Através do Design (Research Through Design, RtD) de Frayling (1993) para descrever a tendência futura de aproximação destes ambientes. A conclusão aponta para uma diversificação nas práticas, métodos e epistemologias dentro do campo do design tornando cada vez mais difícil enquadrá-lo nas categorias binárias e exigindo aptidão para pensar além dos próprios limites.

Artigo completo:

The field of design was historically born and developed in between a conceptual division of practices and knowledges: humanities and sciences, arts and engineering. The following paper traces relationships between the concept of project in the field of Design, epistemological traditions from Modern Science as described by Japiassu (1978) and its conflicts when integrated into academic context. It compares design activity through the perspectives of positivism and construcivism and its influences in the field formation. From academic practices and theories based in Dorst (2016), it discusses about Academic Design, an artificial field and practice proposed by the same author (DORST, 2013) and the Research through Design method (RtD) as established by Frayling (1993) to describe a convergent tendency of these mediums in the future. The conclusion points to a diversification in practices, methods and epistemologies within the design field, making it even harder to fit it into the binary categories and requiring the ability to think beyond its own limits.

Palavras-chave: pesquisa em design; epistemologia; research through design; academic design,

Palavras-chave: Research; design; epistemology; research through design; academic design,

DOI: 10.5151/cid2020-56

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Como citar:

Luccas, Lucas Ferreira; Magalhães, Cláudio de Freitas; "Design, pesquisa, ciência e academia: conflitos e aproximações", p. 721-731 . In: Anais do Colóquio Internacional de Design 2020. São Paulo: Blucher, 2020.
ISSN 2318-6968, DOI 10.5151/cid2020-56

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