On Friday 19th of October we had the pleasure to discuss around amalgamation of supporting and conflicting perspectives for the future of Haaga. The task was to find a corner in our uncertain future that can be approached in an academic, argumentative manner based on the students work about Haaga.
Students crystallized their perspectives on paper and placed them under five themes (amalgamation). All the themes were presented by the students and commented by the professors. The result was a multitude of perspective-paths to the wider or deeper issues related to Haaga and/or Peoples, Systems and Plans in general.
Take a look of the fruits of the first term from Studio I page here!