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    • carlo vezzoli politecnico di milano . INDACO dpt. . DIS . School of Design . Italy Learning Network on Sustainability course System Design for Sustainability (SDS) learning resource 0.0 SDS course introduction
      • CONTENTS
      • . course scope and structure
      • . lecturing board
      • . exam's modalities
      • . learning e-resources and bibliography
      • . other info
      • . Polimi DIS projects/consultancies on SDS
    • SCOPE OF THE COURSE SYSTEM DESIGN FOR SUSTAINABILITY (SDS) TEACH ABOUT THE THEORY AND THE PRACTICE OF SYSTEM DESIGN FOR SUSTAINABILITY (SDS) OR PRODUCT-SERVICE SYSTEM (PSS) DESIGN FOR SUSTAINABILITY
    • SYSTEM DESIGN FOR SUSTAINABILITY A DEFINITION “ the design for eco-efficiency and social equity and cohesion of the system of products and services that are together able to fulfil a particular demand of (customer) “ satisfaction ”, as well as the design of the interaction of the stakeholders directly and indirectly linked to that “satisfaction” system (or value production system) ” [VEZZOLI, 2010]
    • A “YOUNG” DISCIPLINE: . innovative role for the design . starts to be consolidated as knowledge-base and know-how (methods and tools) . starts to be diffused into design education . appearing now the first request of such competencies form the companies/enterprises SYSTEM DESIGN FOR SUSTAINABILITY: STATE OF THE ART
      • LECTURING BOARD
      • course holder:
      • carlo vezzoli
      • sara cortesi
      • remote teachers:
      • aguinaldo dos santos (Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brazil),
      • jun zhang (Hunan University, China),
      • matias pollmann gomez (InnoAid, India)
      • mugendi m'ritha (Cape Peninsula University, South Africa), lorraine amollo ambole (University of Nairobi, Kenya)
      • ravi mokashi (IIT Guwahati, India),
      • sandra molina (Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana Azcapotzalco, Mexico),
      • Rob P.J.M. Raven, (Eindhoven University of Technology, School of Innovation Sciences)
      • fabrizio ceschin, (Politecnico di Milano)
      • COURSE STRUCTURE
      • theory:
      • 5 lectures (4 hours each)
      • design exercise:
      • 8 lectures (4 hours each)
      • PERIOD:
      • 8 th of March 2011 – 14 th of June 2011
      • THEORY: LEARNING SUBJECTS
      • 1. Sustainable development and design: the reference framework
      • 2. Introduction to product Life Cicle Design (LCD)
      • 3. System design for eco-efficency
      • 4. ( System) design for social equity and cohesion
      • 5. Designing transition path for sustainable system innovation
      • 6. Methods and tools for System Design for Sustainability (SDS)
      • theory ...
      • 1. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN: THE REFERENCE FRAMEWORK
      • 1.1 Sustainable development and system innovation
      • 1.2 Evolution of sustainability within design
      • … theory ...
      • 2. INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE DESIGN (LCD)
      • 2.1 Product Life Cycle Design
      • 2.2 Life Cycle Design guidelines and examples
      • … theory ...
      • 3. SYSTEM DESIGN FOR ECO-EFFICIENCY
      • 3.1 Eco-efficient system innovation
      • 3.2 System design for eco-efficiency
      • 3.3 System design for eco-efficiency guidelines and examples
      • … theory ...
      • 4. (SYSTEM) DESIGN FOR SOCIAL EQUITY AND COHESION
      • 4.1 Towards social equity and cohesion
      • 4.2 System design for social equity and cohesion
      • 4.3 System design for social equity and cohesion guidelines and examples
      • … theory ...
      • 5. DESIGNING TRANSITION PATH FOR SUSTAINABLE SYSTEM INNOVATION
      • 5.1 transition path for radical innovation
      • 5.2 socio-technical experiments
      • 5.3 designing transition path
      • … theory.
      • 6. METHODS AND TOOLS FOR SYSTEM DESIGN FOR SUSTAINABILITY (SDS )
      • 5.1 MSDS Method for System Design for Sustainability
      • 5.2 Sustainability-orienting system design tools
      • 5.3 (Other) system design tools
      • design exercise …
      • THEME (DESIGN BRIEF):
      • design a SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY SYSTEM in a SPECIFIC FOREIGN CONTEXT as a PILOT PROJECT ( SOCIO-TECHNICAL EXPERIMENT) to favour its diffusion
      • design exercise …
      • EACH MOBILITY SYSTEM WILL FOCUS ON A SPECIFIC CONTEXT AND THEME :
      THEMES transportation of patients transportation of disabled people street selling goods delivery services transportation of tourists CONTEXTS Curitiba (Brasil) Guwahati (India) Cape Town (South Africa) Mexico City (Mexico) Hunan (China) West Bengal (India) Nairobi (Kenya)
      • design exercise …
      • BRIEF EXAMPLE:
      • DESIGN A SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY SYSTEM
      • AIMED AT ENABLING THE SAFE TRANSPORTATION OF PATIENTS IN SUNDERBANS (WEST BENGAL, INDIA), FROM THEIR HOUSEHOLDS TO THE NEAREST HEALTH CLINIC, DAY AND NIGHT, AS A PILOT PROJECT FOR ITS DIFFUSION
    • 0. LOCAL university’s PROFESSORS has collected info/data/images about own context and mobility subject 1. YOU make a sustainability strategic analysis of assigned contexts mobility subject 4. LOCAL PROFESSORS provide critics and additional info on concepts (made on their context) 5. YOU finalize system concepts > with POLITECNICO’S PROFESSORS supervision 2. YOU develop a draft sustainable system concepts > with POLITECNICO’S PROFESSORS supervision design exercise … ROLE OF REMOTE/LOCAL PROFESSORS : 3. YOU develop a sustainable system concepts (put on lens web)
      • design exercise …
      • EACH DESIGNED MOBILITY SYSTEM WILL INCLUDE THE CONCEPT OF :
      • - THE STAKEHOLDERS CONFIGURATION (ACTORS AND THEIR INTERACTIONS)
      • - THE SERVICE (INTERACTIONS WITH THE FINAL USER)
      • - THE PRODUCT DRAFT: “MODULE” TO ADAPT A VEHICLE FOR THE SPECIFIC TASK
      • design exercise …
      • EACH PRODUCT CONCEPT DRAFT WILL BE THE “MODULE” TO ADAPT AN EXISTING LIGHT VEHICLE MOVED BY SOLAR, ELECTRIC AND HUMAN ENERGY
      • design exercise …
      • WHY DESIGNING A PILOT PROJECT (SOCIO-TECHNICAL EXPERIMENT) ?
      • These experiments are fundamental to incubate (LAB) and shows (WINDOW) radical innovations, allow them to mature, and help to overcome the innovation inertia enforced by the prevailing cultural, organisational and regulatory rules.
    • design exercise … WHY SHOULD ( YOU ) STUDENTS DESIGN A SUSTAINABLE CONCEPT FOR A FAR AWAY CONTEXT? THIS (“FORCED”) LEARNING PROCESS ENABLES: A. students (designing for other contexts) to discover a context different from their own by a strategic analysis and by the direct critics of local teachers over their design. B. teachers (receiving the concept designed for their own contexts) to discover the other’s culture interpretation (and be surprised by unusual ideas). C. to build shared visions of possible changes (catalogue of sustainable ideas).
      • NON ATTENDING STUDENTS’ EVALUATION
      • written report on a sustainable system innov. ( format )
      • oral exam on theory ( learning e-resources + bibliography )
      EXAME’S MODALITIES: ATTENDING STUDENTS’ EVALUATION written exam ( lectures/learning e-resources/bliography ): 40% design exercise: SDS tools 30% + project 30% (max. 1 justified absence) ( on request or low mark ) oral exam on theory (40%)
      • WRITTEN EXAM
      • OPEN AND CLOSED ANSWERS ABOUT CONTENTS TREATED DURING THE EX-CATHEDRA LECTURES ( LEARNING E-RESOURCES + BIBLIOGRAPHY )
      • - date: APRIL, Tue 12th
      • - time: 9:15–10:45
      • - place: CT62
      • BIBLIOGRAPHY 1:
      • System Design for Sustainability
      • Theory, methods and tools for a sustainable “satisfaction-system” design
      • carlo vezzoli
      • Patronised by the United Nation (DESD)
      • Maggioli editore
      • Milan, 2010 (second edition)
      • price: 22 euro ( ASK DISCOUNT )
      • digital print
    • LeNS web platform www.lens.polimi.it OPEN LEARNING E-PACKAGE ON DFS WEB LEARNING RESOURCES (BIBLIOGRAPHY 2): FOR EACH LECTURE: .slide presentation .video recorded lecture (slides + video)
      • ON-LINE INFO ON COURSE:
      • faculty siteSDS course (vezzoli)
      • - lectures’ calendar
      • - system concept presentation’s format
      • - attending and non-attending students exam’s modalities
      • - sustainable (product-service) system report’s format
      • - bibliography
    • POLIMI/DIS COMPANY CONSULTANCY ON SYSTEM DESIGN FOR SUSTAINABILITY (ADOPTING MSDS POLIMI/DIS METHOD/TOOLS)
    • LESS WASTES: OTHER WAYS OF DOING SCENARIOS AND SYSTEMS’ CONCEPTS OF UPSTREAM WASTES REDUCTION IN THE FOOD AND PAPER CHAINS IN THE CITY OF BRESCIA, ITALY commissioned by: ASM-BRESCIA existing system analysis eco-efficient scenarios and system concept development sustainability focused ideas generation
    • DESIGN OF ECO-EFFICIENT PSS DESIGN-ORIENTING SCENARIOS DESIGN OF ECO-EFFICIENT PSS CONCEPTS commissioned by : eco-efficient design orienting scenarios eco-efficient PSS concept
    • commissioned by: eco-efficient PSS concept TETRA PAK transition and diffusion path eco-efficient design orienting scenarios DESIGN OF ECO-EFFICIENT PSS SCENARIO DESIGN OF ECO-EFFICIENT PSS CONCEPT DESIGN OF IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY
    • DESIGN FOR SUSTAINABLE SYSTEM CONCEPTS OF LOCALLY-BASED AND LONG LASTING MOBILITY SYSTEM FOR LOW INCOME CONTEXTS IN AFRICA
      • - FARKA , a system concept for drinkable water transportation in Burkina Faso;
      • RASMIZ , a system concept for vegetable’s transportation in Zambia
      • – KANGA , a system concept for disabled students transportation in South Africa.
      sustainable system concept product concept transition and diffusion path United Nations Industrial Development Organization UNIVERSITY CHAIR OF INNOVATION Politecnico di Milano Cape Peninsula University of Technology
    • detailed system design transition and diffusion path SYSTEM DESIGN AND PILOT PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION OF A SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY SYSTEM FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES IN CAPE TOWN SUBURBS, SOUTH AFRICA Politecnico di Milano Cape Peninsula University of Technology pilot project implementation various sponsors + missions supported by: BASED ON MULO SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY PROJECT (Polimi-DIS open project) detailed product design
    • Politecnico di Milano INDACO Department, Italy (coord.) TUD Technology University Delft, the Netherlands Aalto University, School of Art and Design, Helsinki, Finland Tsinghua University, Academy of Arts & Design Beijing, China Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology, Bangalore, India King Mongkut Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Bangkok, Thailand LeNS is a 3 years project (Dec/2007 - Dec/2010) funded by the European Commission (Asia Link Programme, EuropAid), involving 7 design schools in Europe and Asia
      • LENS’ SCOPE
      • promote a new generation of Asian and European designers
      • (through a new generation of design educators )
      • by creating a (new) shared and articulated disciplinary ground on Design for Sustainability focused on Product-Service System Innovation , through a series of exchange activities and pilot courses at the partner institutions.
    • a web platform allowing interested teachers to freely download open source and copyleft LEARNING RESOURCES (slideshows, texts, audio-videos, etc.) and TOOLS that could be modified/remixed and reused. MAIN OUTPUT: Open Learning E-Package (OLEP) on Design for Sustainability focused on Product-Service System LEARNING RESOURCES TOOLS
    • LeNS web platform is free to download and modifiable > regenerated/affiliated LeNS networks LeNS AFRICA launch: 7.09.2009, Cape Town, South Africa LeNS OCEANIA launch 1.07.2010, Sidney, Auatralia LeNS SOUTH AMERICA Launch: 6.11.009, Sao Paolo, Brasil LeNS NORTH AMERICA/PALSS launch: 30.07.2010, USA LeNS CENTRAL AMERICA/MEXICO launch: 3.6.2010, Mexico City, Mexico LeNS EUROPE-ASIA launch: 8.03.2008, Milan, Italy world-wide multi-polar network of networks
    • OLEP: INTRO TO MAIN FUNCTIONALITIES a quick tour 1. download/view learning resources by teacher/course/year 2. download/view learning resources by content/type
    • STORYBOARD 1 downloadview learning resources by teacher/course/year e.g. a student wants to view/download learning resources e.g. a teacher wants to set-up/up-date a course on DfS and wants to search for appropriate learning resources to download, and then modify, integrate and reuse in his/her course
    • 1. the student/teacher wants have access to all learning resources of a particular teacher/course/year c) … click on the desired teacher/course/ year to access the related learning resources collection … b) …selects a desired language/s filtering the available learning resources… a) the teacher/student clicks on “Learning resources” … … by default the “TEACHER/COURSE/YEAR” section is selected, but a search by “CONTENT/TYPE” is also available…
    • 2. the student /teacher can view and download learning resources by title and by format type from the list of the teacher / course / year c) …and click on download … a) she/he can view the learning resources by clicking on the eye icon … b) … and then select learning resources she/he want to download… slideshow … other LR formats video + slideshow
    • 3. the teacher can remix/modify the copyleft learning resources and reuse them as learning resource in her/his own course c) …and click on download … a) she/he can view the learning resources by clicking on the eye icon … b) … and then select learning resources she/he want to download… d) … A TEACHER CAN MODIFY/REMIX THE LEARNING RESOURCES AND THEN REUSE THEM IN HER/HIS COURSE NEW slideshow … other NEW LR formats NEW video + slideshow slideshow … other LR formats video + slideshow
    • STORYBOARD 2 downloadview learning resources by content / type e.g. a student wants to view/download a learning resource related to a specific topic e.g. a teacher wants to add a content to his/her own course on DfS
    • 1. a student/teacher wants to access to all learning resources, with a desired content b) …selects a desired language/s and this will automatically select existing content, year, etc. a) she/he clicks on “search by content / type”… c) …and search with cross filtering by content, years, formats, license, authors, and resource title d) … once selected the set of filtering it is possible go to view/download by licking on “apply filter”
    • 2. student /teacher can view and download learning resources by title and by format type from the list of filtered by content / type c) …and click on download … a) she/he can view the learning resources by clicking on the eye icon … b) … and then select learning resources she/he want to download…
    • network / join the network > fill in the record join the LeNS network to view/download open learning resources on DfS and PSS or request to become a member if are active in the field of design for sustainability and you want to be listed or generate your own issue/local related LeNS-based platform