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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
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