STAKEHOLDER CENTRED APPROACH TO SUSTAINABLE DESIGN: A CASE STUDY OF CO-DESIGNING COMMUNITY ENTERPRISES FOR LOCAL FOOD PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION
Editor: Christian Weber, Stephan Husung, Gaetano Cascini, Marco Cantamessa, Dorian Marjanovic, Monica Bordegoni
Author: Pahk, Yoonyee; Baek, JoonSang
Institution: Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology(UNIST), Korea, Republic of (South Korea)
Section: Design for Life
The demand for creating shared values has emerged as a new direction in a society in which the mutual prosperity of all stakeholders is often undermined and sacrificed for the benefit of a few. For a sustainable society, the symbiosis of community members is one of the critical factors and shared values among them is essential to achieve sustainable development.
In this study, we suggest a design methodological approach aimed at the co-existence and well-balanced development of stakeholders. We named this specific approach the symbiotic system, considerate design approach and introduce a business model development workshop as a case study applying it. This is a stakeholder-centred design which aims to draw a win-win strategy based on stakeholders needs by synthesizing the process using service design tools. As a result of this study, we will discuss the features of this considerate design approach, the features of the solution by it, and the relation with social sustainability.