Lessons from the Woodshop: Cultivating Design with Living Materials

論文URL:http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?doid=3173574.3174159

論文アブストラクト:This paper describes an eighteen-month ethnography of timber framing at a tiny house construction program in Port Townsend, Washington. This case exposes the intricate, ongoing processes that define a project where people learn to imagine, create, and ultimately maintain living materials. This case sheds light on the nature and scope of interaction design with living materials, an area of growing significance to HCI scholarship on new materials, sustainable design, and digital fabrication. Drawing from this project, we distill five lessons for design with living, finite materials. We end by discussing three emerging areas for HCI: designing for material recuperation, collaborating with more-than-human actors, and approaching material properties as prototyping sites.

日本語のまとめ:

ワシントン州の小さな木造住宅建築プログラムでの18か月間のエスノグラフィーを行った。そして、HCI分野における天然素材について、素材の回復のための設計や物質的特性へのアプローチを議論した。

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