Dark design

Dark design in the city planning of Copenhagen has in recent years come to be more commonly
spoken of. The homeless in the capital have had to adjust to changes that they weren’t pleased with
and as a result some homeless feel as if their everyday lives have become a heavier burden. The
purpose of this study is to analyse the multistability of selected benches found in the city of
Copenhagen to create an understanding on how the term `Dark design` can be applied and understood.
With this term, this paper seeks to allow ourselves to view the city from a different perspective…

CRISPR – Risikabelt eller acceptabelt?

The purpose of this study is to examine how the gene technology CRISPR-Cas9 can be useful in cancer treatment while looking into the ethical arguments surrounding the implementation this type of technology. Applying an argumentation analysis method, this study used ethical theory as a foundation to investigate various researchers’ viewpoint towards gene manipulation and transhumanism…..


This paper investigates the best possible learning strategy to inform children in primary school about climate change throughout a possible design solution. This design solution works sideways ecophobia among children and seeks to prevent further development. This project is based on the dimensions Design and Construction, and Subjectivity, Technology and Society. To investigate further, this paper will examine theories behind learning and teaching and how to generate a design for children. Getting to know what children from primary school knows about climate change, this project…