Japanese philosophy inspired design Currently updating

Western art transforms the 'impression' into description. The haiku never describes; its art is counter­descriptive, to the degree that each state of the thing is immediately, stubbornly, victoriously converted into a fragile essence of appearance.
- Roland Barthes (2007)

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Projects & Publications

Artefactual emptiness – On appropriation in kansei design

Lévy, P. (2020). Artefactual emptiness - On appropriation in kansei design. Proceedings of Kansei Engineering and Emotion Research International Conference 2020, KEER2020. Tokyo, Japan: Japan Society of Kansei Engineering.

Conference 30 August 2020
Designing for the everyday through thusness and irregularity

Lévy, P. (2019). Designing for the everyday through thusness and irregularity. In Proceedings of 8th International Congress of International Association of Societies of Design Research, IASDR 2019. Manchester, UK: Manchester Metropolitan University.

Conference 04 September 2019
Le temps de l’expérience, enchanter le quotidien par le design

Lévy, P. (2018). Le temps de l'expérience, Enchanter le quotidien par le design. Compiègne University of Technology, France

Dissertation 18 November 2018