Collective architecture? Reflections on collective designing and collective construction based on ethnographic observations of an Arquitecturas Colectivas’ construction site
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SubjectArchitecture; Participatory design; Citizen participation; Ethnography; Science and technology studies; Design; Social design; SPS/08; ICAR/13
Thanks to some vignettes coming from ethnographic observations of a collective architecture construction site, the present paper proposes few tentative reflections on the role of design and designers within new collective-based forms of production.
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