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  • 05 April 2011

    Deepening Knowledge and Innovation through Design Practices

    Arcitecta CTO Jason Lohrey recently attended the RMIT Design Research Institute's second symposium in the annual Design Research and Practice series concerned with transdisciplinary research and practice.

    The first forum in 2009 discussed the nature of wicked problems and the need for breadth in addressing them. The second forum, held in March 2011, explored the associated need for deep practice: How do we deepen knowledge and innovation through design practice and embedded practice?

    Mr. Lohrey’s perspective on data architectures and next generation data analytics contributed to the discussion.

    The forum is co-convened by Mark Burry, Professor of Innovation and Director of the Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory at RMIT and Terry Cutler, Principal, Cutler & Company, and attended by leading professionals and academics from throughout the region.