REDIRECTIVE PRACTICE

Jul 2011 REDIRECTIVE PRACTICE

“‘Redirective practice’ has three areas of focus: adaptation in face of what has to change to counter the unsustainable; the elimination of what threatens sustainment by designing ‘things’ away; and prefiguration, which is designing in order to redirectively deal with what is coming.” Tony Fry, Design Philosophy Papers Collection Four , Ravensbourne: Team D/E/S Publications, 2008, p70.

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