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Título: Usage of kitchen appliances for manufacturing products in kitchen environment : it is posssible to produce utilitarian products in the kitchen?
Autor: Gabrisová, Vanda, 1986-
Orientador: Vasconcelos, Ana, 1965-
Palavras-chave: Design de equipamento
Sustentabilidade
Cozinhas
DIY
Data de Defesa: 3-Jun-2015
Resumo: Design thanks to mass production loses its central role – care about the humans and fulfill their needs. There are tons of products everywhere around us but huge number of them is unsatisfying because of their low quality, incorrect ergonomics, harmful materials or just lack of innovation. Designers in this age of technology driven by market must quickly design more and more products many times without proper brief and research. It is urgent to rethink these processes behind and sink into responsibility to the nature and to the future, what means reduction of product quantity and improvement of their quality. Design enables society to experiment with new solutions and these new solutions must be sustainable. Crafting, self-production and DIY are popular consumer behaviors nowadays. In past times human survival lied on the ability to repair and reuse tools and materials or create and modify products with own hands. These activities are still present even they are not necessary for human survival anymore. How this happened? Social and economic situation forces people to modify and experiment with the things around them. It is caused by dissatisfaction with current situation caused by mass production. People want to play a larger role in designing and producing. In order to give guidelines to design and produce utilitarian low-technology products, this dissertation gives instructions for consumers to follow and make their own sustainable products in their natural environment – kitchen, a space available for everybody
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/18275
Designação: Tese de mestrado, Design de equipamento - Especialização em design d eProduto, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2015
Aparece nas colecções:FBA - Dissertações de Mestrado

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