Table of contents for Sustainable by design : explorations in theory and practice / Stuart Walker.

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 sustainable by design
	EXPLORATIONS IN THEORY AND PRACTICE
 
1	INTRODUCTION
2 	RETHINKING MATERIAL CULTURE 
the cage of aesthetic convention			
	
3 	SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN CONTEXT 
		the evolution of a contemporary myth
	
4 	DESIGN PROCESS AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 
		a journey in design	
	
5 	ENDURING ARTEFACTS AND SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS 
		object lessons	 
	
6 	REASSESSING ¿GOOD¿ DESIGN 
		objects as symbols of beauty 	
	
7 	DESIGN, SUSTAINABILITY AND THE HUMAN SPIRIT 
		how the other half lives 
	
8 	FASHION AND SUSTAINABILITY 
		the attraction of opposites	
	
9 	THE APPLICATION OF THEORY 
		experiments in sustainable product design	
	
10 	TACIT KNOWLEDGE IN DESIGN 
		visual myths	
	 
11 	REFRAMING DESIGN FOR SUSTAINABILITY 
		unmasking the object	
	
12 	TIME AND DESIGN 
		crushed before the moth	
	
13	CREATING OBJECTS IN A SATURATED CULTURE 
		after the endgame 
	
14	EPHEMERAL OBJECTS FOR SUSTAINABILITY 
		light touch
	
15	INTELLECTUAL AND AESTHETIC UNDERSTANDINGS OF DESIGN 
		the considered gaze
	
	
16	EPILOGUE
	TABLES
	LIST OF FIGURES
	ENDNOTES
	ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Green products.
New Products.