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Towards a Transdisciplinary Practice
  • ISSN: 2043-068X
  • E-ISSN: 2043-0698

Abstract

This issue, ‘Towards a Transdisciplinary Practice’, will focus on how practices consider what is being included and what is not in projects and allow for a reductive design approach and outcome. To consider design as an ecology is a practice fundamentally concerned with understanding the abundance and distribution of all elements involved, which bears on virtually every application of architecture. Can we develop architectures that are intrinsically ecological and transdisciplinary by design through evidence-based practices? Design practices could be considered a mereological condition where the focus of projects is unpacking part-hood relations to the whole, and the relation of the part to the part within the whole. Can we design practices that are whole, inclusive, non-reductive and implicit?

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2022-12-13
2024-03-01
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  • Article Type: Editorial
Keyword(s): architecture; communication; inclusive; landscape; non-reductive; practising; workshops
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