Nordes 2009 – Conference Schedule

Conference Locations

  • The Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO)

    Maridalsveien 29, NO-0175 Oslo

     

    • BIG AUDITORIUM
    • CROQUIS SAL
    • GROUP ROOM 1, 2, 3, 4
    • IDE I, II, KITCHEN
    • SMALL AUDITORIUM
    • COMPUTER ROOM

Conference Schedule

2009-08-30

09:00 AM

  • Registration:(CROQUIS SAL)

10:00 AM

  • Doctoral Consortium, Workshops & Tutorials, Artifacts for Exhibition:Doctoral Consortium | Workshops & Tutorials

    Artifacts for Exhibition

    (CROQUIS SAL)

    1. Holoslo – The Penetrating of LatentMaria Davidova

      Abstact

    2. REWIRE: Interaction TopologiesJustin Gier

      Abstract

    3. Turk-Couture – The Culture JacketAngela Burns

      Abstact

    4. Multisensorial Cooking Pans – Synesthesia

      Kathi Stertzig

      Abstract

    5. ORFI

      Birgitta Cappelen, Anders-Petter Andersson, Fredrik Olofsson

      Abstract

    6. Touch: Exploring RFID

      Timo Arnall, Einar Sneve Martinussen, Kjetil Nordby

      Abstract

    7. Exploring Tools, Techniques and Technologies for a Performance-Oriented Integral Design Process

      Defne Sunguroglu Hensel

      Abstract

    8. Shan-Shui-Hua’ – Traditional Chinese landscape painting reinterpreted as video painting: A hybrid between the still and moving image, between Eastern and Western tradition

      Christin Bolewski

      Abstract

    9. From Lightbox to Love Box

      Antony Nevin

      Abstract

12:00 PM

  • Lunch

05:00 PM

  • Registration:(CROQUIS SAL)

06:00 PM

  • Opening Keynote: Lizbeth Goodman:(BIG AUDITORIUM)

    Case Studies from the Edge of MYI Culture: how the revolutions of universal co-design and digital materialisation can provide true ‘access for all’

    Session Chaire: Tuuli Mattemäki

    Lizbeth Goodman is the founder and director of SMARTlab Digital Media Institute and the MAGIC Multimedia & Games Innovation Centre, Gamelab and PLAYroom. She joined the University of East London (UK) as the new Chair of Creative Technology Innovation in 2005. Lizbeth is widely published and her work has been recognized with numerous awards. An innovative and distributed PhD programme is a major innovation in her varied portfolio. She places community needs and interests, especially those of women, at the heart of her approach to technology.
    For further details:
    http://www.smartlab.uk.com/1about/director.htm

07:00 PM

  • Reception: AHO for Exhibition Opening

2009-08-31

08:00 AM

  • Registration

09:00 AM

  • Keynote: Mark Cameron Burry:(BIG AUDITORIUM)

    Session Chair: Michael Ulrich Hensel

    Mark Cameron Burry is the director of Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory (SIAL) at RMIT (Melbourne, Australia). He is also the founding director of RMIT’s Design Institute and holds several visiting professor and board positions. Mark’s research has centred on the life, work and compositional strategies of the architect Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona and on theory in architectural practice. His publications address the fields of design and construction, and the use of computers in design theory and practice. SIAL works to forge holistic transdisciplinary and practice-based research, and related educational and collaboratives environments concerning contemporary spatial design activity.
    For further details:
    http://www.sial.rmit.edu.au/People/mburry+Biography.php

10:30 AM

  • Plenary Session 1:(BIG AUDITORIUM)

    Session Chair: Andrew Morrison

    1. Peepholes as means of Engagement in Interaction Design

      Christian Dindler, Peter Dalsgaard

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    2. The Ambivalence of Engaging Technology: Artifacts as Products and Process

      Christano Storni

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    3. Peeling Apples: Prototyping Design Experiments as Research

      Tuuli Mattelmäki, Ben Matthews

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

12:00 PM

  • Lunch

01:30 PM

  • Parallel Sessions 1:Embodiment

    (GROUP ROOM 3)

    Session Chair: Eva Brandt

    1. Hacking a Car: Re-Embodying the Design Classroom

      IP08 (Ilpo Koskinen)

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    2. Enacting Design: Understanding Co-Design as Embodied Practice

      Kirsikka Vaajakallio

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    3. Gender Bending Through Design – An Account of a Student Project on Gender

      Lena Hansson, Marcus Jahnke

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    Understanding Design

    (CROQUIS SAL)

    Session Chair: Trond Are Øritsland

    1. Engaging Design Materials, Formats and Framings in Specific, Situated Co-Designing – A Micro-Material Perspective

      Mette Agger Eriksen

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    2. Exploring the Interplay between Emotions and Interaction

      Sus Lundgren

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    3. Design in the Expanded Field: Rethinking Contemporary Design

      Malene Leerberg

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    Design Cases

    (GROUP ROOM 4)

    Session Chair: Peter Ullmark, Håkan Edeholt

    1. From Lightbox to Love BoxAntony Nevin

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    2. Exploring Tools, Techniques and Technologies for a Performance-oriented Integral Design Process

      Defne Sunguroglu Hensel

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    3. Sharks with Arms – Exploring the Transformation from Natural Phenomenon to Innovation Object via Applied Bionics

      Harald Skulberg

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

03:00 PM

  • Coffee break

03:30 PM

  • Parallel Sessions 2:Engaging Environment

    (CROQUIS SAL)

    Session Chair: Ramia Mazé

    1. Motivation in the Museum – Mediating Between Everyday Engagement and Cultural Heritage

      Christian Dindler, Ole Sejer Iversen

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    2. Staging Urban Atmospheres in Interaction Design

      Peter Dalsgaard, Karen Johanne Kortbek

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    3. Understanding Affective Engagement as a Resource in Interaction Design

      Jonas Fritsch

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    4. Social Navimation: Engaging Interfaces in Social Media

      Jon Olav Eikenes

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    Exploratory papers 1

    (GROUP ROOM 3)

    Session Chair: Thomas Binder

    1. Heterogeneous Material and Variable Behaviour: Potentials for the Design

      Michael Ulrich Hensel

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    2. Reinventing Modernity through Tradition: Product Development in Traditional Craftmanship

      Albio Nascimento

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    3. Exploring Environmental Dimensions: On Sustainability as an Architectural Problem; Why it is not Enough to Discuss Space and Time

      Marie Davidova

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    4. Identity Tool Kit

      Henriette Maria Koblanck

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    5. Artifactual Relations in UCD

      Mads Bødker

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    6. Are we the Tool?

      Rosie Hornbuckle, Tracy Sutton, Clare Qualmann

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

07:00 PM

  • Reception: The Opera House foyer

2009-09-01

09:00 AM

  • Keynote: Lavrans Løvlie:(BIG AUDITORIUM)

    From Products to People – Service Thinking

    Session Chair: Tone Bratteteig

    Lavrans Løvlie places the innovative potential of design at the centre of his work. Since studying at the Rhode Island School of Design (USA) and the Royal College of Art in London he has motivated understanding and practices around services in the public and private sector. Lavrans is a founding member of Livework, a company that aims to improve our experiences and perceptions of service design so that digital technologies can be put to use in to improve our daily lifeworlds.
    From Products to People – Service Thinking:
    The nineteenth and twentieth centuries were all about industrialization of products. Mass production and economies of scale tackled many of the issues of the day and meant that people in the developed countries saw their standard of living leap. Today our western economies are 75% service-based and we live in an information age.  Despite this, service organisations are locked in a product-thinking paradigm. In his talk, Lavrans will discuss the innovative potential of genuine service thinking, and how it affects the design process and the services we all use on a daily basis.
    For further details:
    http://www.livework.co.uk/oslo/lavrans-lovlie

10:30 AM

  • Parallel Sessions 3:Understanding Materials

    (GROUP ROOM 3)

    Session Chair: Sara Ilstedt

    1. Developing Knowledge for Design by OperationalizingAnna Vallgårda, Cecilie Bendixen

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    2. Creation of Artifacts as a Vehicle for Design Research

      Nithikul Nimkulrat

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    3. Entangled Matter: Thinking Differently about Materials in DesignMaja van der Velden, Tone Bratteteig, Sisse Finken

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    Methods in Design

    (CROQUIS SAL)

    Session Chair: Palmyre Pierroux

    1. Re-Thinking an Annotation Tool for Museum Community – Created Content

      Mariana Salgado, Tommi Jauhiainen, Lily Rafaela Díaz

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    2. Facilitating Teamwork in the Design Process: Repertory Grid as an Approach to Exploratory Inquiry

      Anne Louise Bang, Kirsten Nissen

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    3. What Video Styles can do for User Research

      Daniela Blauhut, Jacob Buur

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    Exploratory Papers 2

    (GROUP ROOM 4)

    Session Chair: Pelle Ehn

    1. Haptic Hedonism – Designing Pleasure for the Flesh

      Ståle Stenslie

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    2. Body, World and Affordance: Towards Engaging Technological Artefacts for older Individuals

      John Vines

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    3. Capturing Movements in a 3D Interactive Dynamic System

      Flemming Tvede Hansen

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    4. Textopia: A Geo-Literary Browser

      Anders Sundnes Løvlie

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    5. A Philosophical Approach to Design. The Design of Philosophy

      Maria de Fatima Teixeira Pombo

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    6. Design at Play: Immaterial Forms of Consumption

      Adriana Ionascu

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

12:00 PM

  • Lunch

01:30 PM

  • Plenary Session 2:(BIG AUDITORIUM)

    Session Chair: Tuuli Mattelmäki

    1. Symbiots: Conceptual Interventions into Urban Energy Systems

      Jenny Bergström, Ramia Mazé, Johan Redström, Anna Vallgårda

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    2. Visualizations as Tools for Research: Service Designers on Visualizations

      Fabian Segelström, Stefan Holmlid

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

    3. Free Beer and Engaging Tools: Chains of Analogies in Superflex

      Troels Degn Johansson

      Abstract and Paper (PDF)

03:30 PM

  • Reflective Panel:(BIG AUDITORIUM)

    Session Chair: Birger Sevaldson

05:00 PM

  • Exhibition and Bar at AHO

07:00 PM

  • Conference Dinner at the Restaurant Ekeberg

2009-09-02

10:00 AM

  • Nordes Board Meeting

01:00 PM

  • Lunch