Jambi Women

Projektarbete, avancerad nivå

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Type: Projektarbete, avancerad nivå
Title: Jambi Women
Authors: Geber, Rebecka
Hansson, Moa
Karnblad, Ellen
Reynolds, Miranda
Wallin, Emma
Abstract: This report is produced as a result from the course Reality Studio at Chalmers University of Technology. The project process and investigate a way of empower a group of craftswomen in the area Dunga Beach, in Kisumu, Kenya. Half of the paper concerns the outcome from a short field study performed in the concerned area, where data was collected through observations, interviews and workshops. Moreover, relationships between individuals and organizations in Dunga Beach as well as the infrastructural elements of the area was mapped out. The other part of the project was performed by the students in Sweden and Switzerland through different ideation and evaluation methods. The project resulted in a design concept consistenting of three main parts: a service design, space design and product design. The products are divided into two categories: the products and dyeing processes of local material. The result of these four areas, the service, space, products and dyeing processes, have been compiled in four manuals directed to the stakeholders. This concept offers a new approach of how to empower the craftswomen in Dunga Beach with a vision that it will strengthen the women’s role in society.
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Chalmers tekniska högskola // Institutionen för arkitektur och samhällsbyggndsteknik
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12380/302068
Collection:Projektarbeten // Project Reports

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