Monthly Archives: November 2011

the ideal design of a refugee camp

This is an interview borrowed from TU Delft’s website, with James Kennedy who did his PhD on the layout of refugee camps.   The art of tea drinking The ‘ideal’ refugee camp doesn’t get designed on the drawing board. “Many … Continue reading

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At the Social Entrepreneurship Nordic Research Conference in Oslo today, we are presenting the following paper, in which we argue for how ‘design thiking’ can fill some important gaps in social entrepreneurship theory: DESIGN AND SOCIETY IN NORWAY: Visions for … Continue reading

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