The Interproject: Knowing and Proposing are One
Ferreira Silva, Cidália
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This paper is about another way of thinking about a design project. One in which knowing and proposing are intertwined. Folded over each other, they allow for a major shift: the integration of project and place. Project and place become ‘one’, interconnected by time - to view them as such allows the flow of folded time to be continuous. Why should we make a project that defies the linear relationship between analysis and design? How do we make a project in which knowing and proposing are one? If it is not linear, what kind of process is it? And, what kind of project is generated by such a process? Answers to these questions are the crux of this discussion. I. Why should we make a project that defies the linear relationship between analysis and design? II. How do we make a project in which knowing and proposing are one? III. What kind of design project do we generate with this practice of folded time?