121119JORIS LAARMAN’S EXPERIMENTS WITH OPEN SOURCE DESIGN

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121119JORIS LAARMAN’S EXPERIMENTS WITH OPEN SOURCE DESIGN

  1. 1. JORIS LAARMAN’S EXPERIMENTS WITH OPEN SOURCE DESIGN Yuichi Hirose
  2. 2. MODERNISM ANDOPEN SOURCE DESIGN ?
  3. 3. Jorris Laaman ascontemporary Rietveld
  4. 4. Rietveldalso shared his blueprints
  5. 5. But no networkno digital manufacturing tool then..
  6. 6. Now it’s getting general.
  7. 7. Open Source Designgives fairer and honest prices is democratic is self-determined
  8. 8. The brand adds 300% to the price and the shop doubles it again.
  9. 9. (That’s what Papanek hoped for design..)
  10. 10. Fears for Open Source Design waste? copyright?
  11. 11. Laarman is not in favor of amateurism, he wants to make a SYSTEMwhich filter the good from the bad.
  12. 12. 1. Professional FabLabwhere you can customize any blueprints and fab them.
  13. 13. 2.Make-Me.com
  14. 14. a platform for open source design really inclusive not only for designers but for everyone “DIY bio-labs where scientists and doctors could access research and make their own medicines”“even a place you could go to for a new haircut”
  15. 15. (Seems it’s like the internet..it become not only for engineers and researchers. It’s real infrastructure now.)
  16. 16. Butthere is a chicken-and-egg situation
  17. 17. unless designers feel that their financial income and copyrightdues are guaranteed, they are not going to take the risk – and without enough designers taking the risk, it will be virtuallyimpossible to erect the solid infrastructure to ensure smooth, safe and legal operations.
  18. 18. “I don’t want to say that this idea could take over the entireproduction world but it can certainly help craftspeople to makethings that are not standardized or mass produced. If a world-wide network of craftspeople grows, then this could potentially really change things.”
  19. 19. Another decade of discussion is needed before open source design will ever be able to make a tangible difference. Interestingly, the same arguments being used against thephenomenon now are the very same arguments that were onceused against the introduction of democracy. The ruling elite will always feel threatened by the idea of giving power to the people.
  20. 20. Another decade of discussion is needed before open source design will ever be able to make a tangible difference. Interestingly, the same arguments being used against thephenomenon now are the very same arguments that were onceused against the introduction of democracy. The ruling elite will always feel threatened by the idea of giving power to the people. HOW?!

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