Eco-design in the puppet worlds. A co-learning process

Abstract : Ecodesign has been widely explored in the development process of consumer and capital goods. This study focuses on the environmental assessment of puppets. The methodological approach is inductive and propose to adapt analytical tools from ecodesign to cultural goods specificities. First, a generic puppet design process emerged from interviews of 6 puppet makers. Then, a life cycle inventory study is performed and main environmental issues are discussed. Finally, crossfertilization between puppet design and engineering design are highlighted in research perspectives.
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Romain Allais, Benjamin Tyl, Julie Postel, Raphaèle Fleury. Eco-design in the puppet worlds. A co-learning process. DESIGN 2018 : The 15th International Design Conference, May 2018, Dubrovnik, Croatia. ⟨10.21278/idc.2018.0452⟩. ⟨halshs-01906512⟩

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