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Manières de faire le projet et manières de faire des mondes

Abstract : This research is part of a study in design on the multiplicity of ways in project management. The word « manner », with its Greco-Latin origins from « mania » to « manuarius » inclines us to take it as « skilful folly ». This meaning allows us to question the various « manners to conduct the design project » as gap practices. Thus, we are invited to explore the field of divergent polarities in a discipline made of breaches and guidance. This aporia leads us to consider a necessary dogmatic passage. From singularities to unicity rather than from universality to unity, this research is constructed on the assumption of a common purpose: make the world through manners of making worlds.The analysis of a few projects related to multiplicity leads us to bring out the tension between design and the environment. Taking a critical stance toward projections evoking the idea of a « centering and separating » paradigm, this research questions afterwards its inversion through « de-centering and de-separating » values.
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Maxime Favard. Manières de faire le projet et manières de faire des mondes. Art et histoire de l'art. Université de Strasbourg, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016STRAC033⟩. ⟨tel-01515940⟩



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