‘Having small touches of colour makes it more colourful than having lots of colour.’
Matthews Architecture in conjunction with Geyer
'Kiss of the Beast', publication
Queensland Art Gallery
HASSELL | DIA Practice Member
A Detailed Obsession
UniSA Interior Architecture students
'Strada', three piece alloy wheel design
KNOG Gator 605, a high powered cycling light
PEGS Junior School
DIA Practice Member: McBride Charles Ryan
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Posted Wednesday, 4 December 2013
Just another buzzword, a non-starter, or a no-brainer?
The term ‘design thinking’ is currently finding a degree of favour amongst design, academic, education, business, and even some political circles, but how many people – including designers – know what it actually means?
Is it, like so many buzzwords today, a contrived, nebulous phrase carefully crafted so that it can simultaneously mean both anything and nothing?