The Blindspot Initiative
Design Resistance and Alternative Modes of Practice
This book documents the professional work of twenty-one design practices that are expanding their respective fields and hybridizing traditional design outputs through the intersection of other disciplines.
By blurring the boundaries between fields, design innovation can become more aware of the systemic interdependencies that often live in our current disciplinary blind spots. From the critique of competitions, The Blindspot Initiative attempts to create an alternative loop between design and resources, one in which the propagation and documentation of new knowledge developed in design research can economically sustain its production, generating a positive feedback loop between innovation and knowledge propagation.
Texts by Jenny Wu, Jason Kelly Johnson, David Gerber, Mustafa El-Sayed, and Kate Davies, introduce the designers by offering alternative perspectives on the contributions of the field of robotics, software, film, product design and prototype thinking, to the practice of architecture.
Editor: José Sánchez
Size: 6.5 x 9.5 in. / 16,5 x 22,8 cm.
Publication date: May 2018
Distributor: ACTAR D
ISBN: English 9781938740237
Price: 35€ / $39.95 / £ 30