Designerly Designed Design Education (DDDE)

Designerly Designed Design Education (DDDE)
– a Scandinavian educational development initiative

Three well established Scandinavian design schools join forces to address contem­porary challenges within design educa­tion and conscious­ly further develop educational quality and appropriateness in their respective schools.

The schools are: Designskolen Kolding, Denmark;  The Institute of Design at the School of Architecture and Design in Oslo, Norway and Konstfack, Sweden.

Duration: 2011-01-01 - 2013-12-31
Financed by CIRRUS
Project leader: Håkan Edeholt, AHO


Participants from Konstfack: Ulrica Bohné and Bo Westerlund, Industrial design

The project´s website:

http://www.designresearch.no/projects/ddde-designing-design-design-education/about

Updated: 7 September 2012
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