The logic of simple, short-term, and temporary problem solving are found in the manifestation of “street design”, a phenomenon of citizen’s intervention in the aesthetic and futuristic product design’s status-quo, as archived by the Unconditional Design project in the social media posts.
How does culture define problems and respond it with local knowledge-based solutions? Is it possible to use the same logic to solve more universal problems?
Why Factor #3: Survive in Limited Space The Whiteground Project initiated by Hermawan Dasmanto captures a collage of citizens’ intelligence in managing the limited space and resources that exist in the city of Surabaya.
Why Factor #2: Design As Response Since humans had the consciousness to respond, design raised as a reflex. This premise can be found in daily behavior, which is often becoming a way to answer the challenges or problems of various scales. How is the relationship between humans and design fundamentally?