Track 1 / Understanding Design and Crisis

Track 2 / Crisis, Literacies, and Practices

MA + PhD Sessions

Track 3 / Crisis and Communities

Track 4 / Crisis and Education



  • 09:00 – 09:30

    Arrival, registration, coffee

  • 09:30 – 09:45


  • 09:45 – 10:25


    Indy Johar Director, Designer, and Architect, Co-founder of 00 & Dark Matter Labs

  • Track 1 / Understanding Design and Crisis

    Track 3 / Crisis and Communities

  • 10:30 – 10:50

    A Collaborative Approach to Designing Post-Disaster Living Spaces After the 2023 Earthquake in Türkiye

    Gamze Ekin

    Visual Communication Bridging Intercultural Barriers - visual methods supporting the social inclusion of young refugees

    Agnes Jekli

  • 10:50 – 11:10

    Not another shelter. Contested Histories of Design Responses to Crisis

    Johanna Mehl

    More-than-Verbal Tools: Making Participation Tangible and Embodied through Ad-hoc Design Tools When Working with Migrant Women

    Teresa Palmieri

  • 11:10 – 11:30

    Gendered Design for Gendered Crisis: Women’s Experiences in Public Transport

    Dr. Pinar Kaygan

    Better together - responding to crisis through transdisciplinary approaches and new tools

    Svenja Bickert-Appleby & Carla Jakobowsky

  • 11:30 – 11:50

    How does facilitating relations between generations prevent urban isolation? The response of intergenerational cohousing through prospective solidarity design

    Thomas Watkin (DPLG, MDeS, PhD)

    Designing Together in Multi-Crisis Times: Effects of Mundane and Strategic Work with Historically Marginalized Amazonian Communities

    Pinto Torres Nathaly

  • 11:50 – 12:30

    Case Study Discussion

    Radical Participation: Interdisciplinarity in Times of Crisis

    Moderator: Shilpa Das


    Svenja Bickert-Appleby,
    Dr. Pinar Kaygan,
    Enikő Horváth (Centre for Budapest Transport)

    Case Study Discussion

    Sustainable Impact vs. Project Logic: Redefining Success in Social Design

    Moderator: Dr. Andreas Unteidig


    Gamze Ekin,
    Anna Glatz (Hintalovon Foundation)

  • 12:30 – 14:00


  • 14:00 – 14:40


    The Design Uncommons: Undisciplining Design in Social Systems

    Josina Vink Associate Professor, The Oslo School of Architecture and Design
    Design Lead, the Center for Connected Care (C3)

  • Track 2 / Crisis, Literacies, and Practices

    Track 4 / Crisis and Education

  • 14:45 – 15:05

    A toolbox for introducing co-design processes in rural areas with social innovation hosting initiatives

    Denise de Spirito & Helena Elizondo Nieva

    Applying Human-Centered Design methods to social design education

    Tona Monjo Palau

  • 15:05 – 15:25

    Transforming the Transformer in a time of crisis. Marie Neurath's experience in the time of Web

    Matteo Maria Moretti

    Design Education in response to permacrisis: Exploring Ontologies and Systemic approaches

    Dr. Gayatri Menon

  • 15:25 – 15:45

    Disrupting by design – Assessing imaginaries of techno-centred futures

    Marius Land & Stefanie Ollenburg M.A.

    Design pedagogy in an uncertain world: sensible, transdisciplinary, and post-human approaches

    Cecilia de Marinis & Dr. Jaron Rowan

  • 15:45 – 16:00


  • MA + PhD Sessions

  • 16:00 – 17:00

    How Makerspace in the School develops NAT2020 Core Competencies

    Anna Barsy and Sara Fleischer ELTE Doctoral School of Physics

  • Sensory Methods towards More-than-human Placemaking – A Case Study of Traditional Floodplain Farming at the Tisza River

    Zsófia Szonja Illés Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design

  • Intention-setting with Reflexivity and Introspection: a Driving Force of More Ethical Design Practice

    Réka Sára Mezei Aalborg University

  • Design as a therapy - Using design methods to support processing trauma of forced migration and loss of place

    Erzsébet Hosszu Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design

  • Acerba Diaspora: the becoming identity of new generations

    Kseniia Obukhova Free University of Bolzano-Bozen

  • Not So School: A Critical Design Response to the Indigenous Education Crisis in India

    Thamjeedun Nisha Sugaravardeen Hochschule Luzern, Switzerland

  • Activation Day Workshop Closing Presentations

  • 17:00 – 18:10

    Workshop with Levegő Munkacsoport (Clean Air Working Group)

  • Workshop with Menhely Alapítvány (Shelter Foundation)

  • Workshop with Migration Aid

  • 18:10 – 21:00


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