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Experiential Learning through Community Co-design in Interior Design Pedagogy

Thamrin, Diana and Wardani, Laksmi Kusuma and Sitinjak, Ronald Hasudungan Irianto and Natadjaja, Listia (2018) Experiential Learning through Community Co-design in Interior Design Pedagogy. [UNSPECIFIED]

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      Abstract

      The profit‐driven tendency of interior design trends and styles today has developed in line with the decrease of social awareness in design. The majority of interior design students also decide to pursue interior design education for its marketable and profitable purposes rather than seeing interior design as a field of opportunity to contribute to the social welfare of their communities. Hence, the objective of this research is to implement community service through co‐design in interior design pedagogy. The article describes the learning and design methods used based on human‐centred design approaches of co‐design and analyses the resulting benefits from this approach. Findings reveal that the process of collective creativity and collaborative development with the community enables a direct experience of learning and fosters a deeper connection and understanding of users. They also promote novel multidisciplinary design innovations, accommodate the communitys potentials in the society and stimulate a reflexive impact, allowing students to reflect on their future role as interior designers in bringing positive changes to their community against the profit‐driven tendency of contemporary designers today.

      Item Type: UNSPECIFIED
      Uncontrolled Keywords: co-design, community design, human-centred design, interior design pedagogy, participatory design
      Subjects: N Fine Arts > NX Arts in general
      Divisions: Faculty of Art and Design > Interior Design Department
      Depositing User: Admin
      Date Deposited: 28 Jan 2019 16:14
      Last Modified: 13 Nov 2019 08:34
      URI: http://repository.petra.ac.id/id/eprint/18487

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