We are witnessing a notable increase in the publication of anthologies and collections of design writing and research. This is good news for the field, seemingly reflecting its maturity, and indicating a pool of established writings from which to draw. As a textbook, D. J. Huppatz’s edited collection, Design: Critical and Primary Sources, provides a one-stop resource for students and designers alike; as a snapshot in history, the anthology sets out to be problematizing and problematic, opening to question a canonical view. To interrogate this phenomenon, we invited four reviewers to each examine one volume of Huppatz’s collection.
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 22 Mar 2019|
|MoE publication type||B1 Article in a scientific magazine|