InsideOpen is about the proclamation of design discourse in perpetual state of flux through the notion of collaboration, cooperation, confrontation and possibly integration of viewpoints.
InsideOpen aims to examine how the integration of the principles of personal space forums can improve a collaborative learning/design experience. InsideOpen is designed as an interactive online discussion forum and aims to develop into a user-driven directory for research in spatial design (due to the accumulation and categorization of posts) produced and maintained by its users.
This recourse aims to accommodate users from different backgrounds, both students and practitioners from different universities and professional environments.
Together with the notion that this platform is user driven and not controlled nor linked to any institution, the concept of mixed demographics is an important strategy to accommodate you with a learning/research platform you can use and feel comfortable with outside academic institutions and/or practice.
The InsideOpen front page is currently acting as an editorial managed by Ephraim Joris and Riet Eeckhout featuring interviews and articles on a wide variety of topics.
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