Our seminar-discussions consistently draw significant participation, and the design-anti-design seminar was no exception. The engagement was so remarkable that we held two separate meetings to ensure everyone had an opportunity to participate fully.
Both sessions were dynamic, warm, and filled with enduring and enlightening insights. In-depth discussions about design, along with the expression of diverse opinions, contributed to the vibrancy of the seminars.
Throughout the seminars, we delved deeply into the concepts of design and anti-design. We provided definitions, fostered discussions, and engaged in debates. The conversations commenced with presenting widely accepted definitions of design, followed by an exploration of opinions. Subsequently, we shifted focus to anti-design, exploring unconventional perspectives and directions.
The following key topics were central to the discussions:
- Design Thinking and Structure
- The Form (Forman) as a Value System
- Rationalism as the Foundation of Professionalism — addressing crucial themes
The workshop facilitated discussions, encouraged the sharing of experiences, and fostered professional connections—a valuable environment for designers and individuals passionate about the field. Witnessing such active participation was truly exciting for us. We eagerly anticipate future interactions with the design community, confident that ongoing discussions about design will become a regular and integral part of our engagement.