Water and project culture

Carlos Jiménez-Martínez
11th june 2014



The conference suggests a theoretical and practical path through diverse disciplinary levels in design, such as visual communication, material culture, landscape, territorial planning and community participation. The objective is to provide a wide and divergent vision around the master topic, enriched with examples from the Canary Islands (Spain), some of which are very close related to current challenges in in the island of Sardinia.



















Bibliography

Some publications from Carlos Jiménez-Martínez:
JIMÉNEZ-MARTÍNEZ, C. (2014). Cultura del diseño y desarrollo local sostenible: aportes teóricos, metodológicos y casos prácticos en las Islas Canarias. Tesis doctoral. Universidad de La Laguna. Islas Canarias. [Available in PDF]
JIMÉNEZ, C. (2012) «Paradise identity, between projection and protection. César Manrique's lessons for current challenges in territorial innovation». Design Frontiers: territories, concepts, technologies. 8th Conference of the International Committee of Design History and Design Studies (ICDHS). Sao Paulo (Brazil) 04th-06th of September. Proceedings book. Priscila Lena Farias / Anna Calvera / Marcos da Costa Braga / Zuleica Schincariol (eds.) Editora Elga Blücher Ltda. Sao Paulo ISBN 978-85-212-0692-7 (e-book). Pp. 158-162. [Available in PDF]
JIMÉNEZ, C. & RUIZ, A. (2010). Design, Crafts and Local Development in the Canary Islands: case studies and strategic programs. In Gimeno-Martinez, J. & Floré, F. (eds.), Design and craft: a history of convergences and divergences. Proceedings of the 7th Conference of the International Committee of Design History and Design Studies, ICDHS (pp.124-128). Brussels: Koninklijke Vlaamse academie van België voor wetenschappen en kunsten. [Available in PDF]
Other references:
CAPRA, F. (1998). La trama de la vida. Una nueva perspectiva de los sistemas vivos. Barcelona: Colección Argumentos. Anagrama. KERR, S.A. (2005). What is small island sustainable development about? Ocean & Coastal Management, 48, 503–524. MCDONOUGH, W. & BRAUNGART, M. (2005). Cradle to Cradle. Rediseñando la forma en que hacemos las cosas. Madrid: McGraw Hill-Interamericana de España SL.
OSTROM, E. (2000). Diseños complejos para manejos complejos. Gaceta Ecológica, 54, 43-58.
PAPANEK, V. (1978). Diseñar para el mundo real: ecología humana y cambio social. Madrid: Hermann Blume (La 1a edición original en inglés data de 1971).
PAULI, G. (2011). La economía azul: 10 años, 100 innovaciones, 100 millones de empleos. Barcelona: Tusquets Editores.
SANTA ANA, M. (Ed.) (2004). Paisajes del placer. Paisajes de la Crisis. El espacio turístico canario y sus representaciones. Taro de Tahiche, Lanzarote: Fundación César Manrique.