A journey through the discourse of design in Denmark, with a particular focus on Danish design since the post-war period. You discover and challenge how aesthetics in Danish design are most often situated in deeper social, environmental, and economic concerns. The disciplines, strategies, and viewpoints of Danish design are considered in global contexts. You strengthen your observational and critical skills by participating in Field Studies, lectures, symposia, exams, and crafting an analytical design notebook.
Related Discipline(s)This course would also be of interest to the following discipline(s):
Industrial Design, Interior Design