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Dung-lung Wu

The Design Perspective to Asian Countries

PRESENTED ON JUL 11, 2015
IN TAIPEI @ VOL 25

From Taipei Vol. 25 - The Imagination of Social Housing

Dung-lung Wu
 Author of《100の東京大人味發見》 Prefaced with a sentence 'the work doesn't need creativity and enthusiasm would be replaced by a robot in the next decade'. Designer, Wu Dung-lung, thinks our life will have a huge change in the next 1 or 2 decades. 'Social Housing' will play an important role to stable the society. He also uses a design perspective to observe the social housing and community in Singapore and Tokyo, Japan.

吳東龍 《100の東京大人味發見》的作者 由一句話「未來十年不需要創意、熱情的工作將會被機器人所取代。」引言開始,認為未來10-20年的生活將產生很大的改變,「社會住宅」將扮演重要且穩定社會的角色,並以設計的角度觀察新加坡、日本東京的社會住宅與社區。

 

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Design for Social Innovation

BY YUNO AKASAKA + HINAKO ADACHI
@ VOL 84 ON JUL 27, 2011

A presentation about reconstruction following the Tohoku earthquake. For more details on PechaKucha's reconstruction efforts, please see our Inspire Japan site.

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Design for Social Innovation

BY SAKI IKEDA
@ VOL 97 ON NOV 28, 2012

This presentation reveals what art students and design can do for Tohoku reconstruction. The project lasted 8 months, and had the goal of bringing more people to the Tohoku area, and to also motivate local residents through art. (in Japanese)

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Design for Social Innovation

BY SAKI IKEDA
@ VOL 99 ON JAN 23, 2013

This presentation is by a group of students from the "Design for Social Innovation" class at Musashino Art University, presenting on that very topic. Read more about their projects here. (in Japanese)

武蔵野美術大学 視覚伝達デザイン学科の生徒の皆さんが東北地方のためにデザインができることをテーマにプレゼンテーションをしてくれています。

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Social Design in Japan

BY HIROYUKI ONO
@ HEINEKEN STAR LOUNGE ON MAY 15, 2013

Hiroyuki Ono of Greenz.jp -- a web magazine that has been covering social design from around the world since 2006 -- talks about how social design can be used solve social problems in positive ways. (in Japanese with English subtitles)

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Designing to the Crowd

BY AUSTIN KLEMMER
@ VOL 104 ON JUN 26, 2013

Using his experiences in Vietnam and his impressions upon moving back to Tokyo, Austin Klemmer addressed some of the fundamental issues facing designers and architects in developing countries, and the way these problems shed light on design/architecture in Tokyo. Austin offers some theoretical solutions, and gets the audience thinking about design from a different perspective. (in Japanese)

 

 
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The Importance of Social Factors in Design Research

BY BIRDIE SALVA
@ VOL 5 ON MAY 22, 2015

Birdie Salva shares how social changes should inform product and service design.

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The New Business Mode of Social Housing

BY CHIA-MING CHANG
@ VOL 25 ON JUL 11, 2015

From Taipei Vol. 25 - The Imagination of Social Housing

Chia-Ming Chang
 , Real estate developer, shared his perspective from real estate business. From confirming the target object to solve the issues of housing needs and combining the power of the community and so on. Reverse the thinking of a manufacturer to the service provider, promoting the new business mode of social housing.

張家銘 地產開發商, 以不動產經營的角度分享,從確認社會住宅的目標對象、解決住宅需求者的問題,結合社群的力量等,從製造商的思維轉向服務商的思維,推動社會住宅的新商業模式。

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From Justice Activity Leader's Perspective

BY YANG-KAI PENG
@ VOL 25 ON JUL 11, 2015

From Taipei Vol. 25 - The Imagination of Social Housing

Yang-kai Peng
 is the justice activity leader of Taiwan. He talked from the definition of social housing, from 'only rent not for sell', 'vulnerable priority', and 'affordable rent' ways to clarify. And also from the points of 'residence', 'charity', and 'externalities' to compare Taiwan with the advanced countries, to figure out how to plan the social housing through participatory design. 

彭揚凱 台灣爭取居住正義的活動召集人,從社會住宅的定義談起,由「只租不賣」、「弱勢優先」、「可負擔租金」釐清,以及「居住性」、「慈善」、「外部性」思考台灣與先進國家比較,社會住宅如何透過參與式的設計來規劃。

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Rethinking Resettlement

BY ERKIN ÖZAY
@ VOL 18 ON SEP 24, 2016

"How can we make our endeavors clear and approachable enough that we can actually contribute to the public debate at a very high level?"

In Rethinking Resettlement from PechaKucha Buffalo Vol. 18, Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University at Buffalo, Erkin Özay, reviews some of the social and design issues involved in rehousing and supporting Buffalo, New York's new Americans. Özay's Spring 2016 UB graduate studio explored the potential for temporary and long-term housing for newly arrived refugees and immigrants, as well as the role of supporting institutions, community assets, and reimagining the existing housing stock. Özay's project investigates "compassionate urbanism." He is interested in how groups of limited means--new and existing residents--support each other through careful intersections.