THE ‘DESIGN MUSEUM’ CONCEPT IN RZESZÓW: COMBINING SOCIAL EXPECTATIONS AND INNOVATIVE DESIGN IN THE CREATION OF AN EDUCATIONAL SPACE
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Keywords

Design Museum
Programme Diversity
Education and Accessibility
Rzeszów

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Martyka A, Tur A. THE ‘DESIGN MUSEUM’ CONCEPT IN RZESZÓW: COMBINING SOCIAL EXPECTATIONS AND INNOVATIVE DESIGN IN THE CREATION OF AN EDUCATIONAL SPACE. JCEEA [Internet]. 2023Sep.19 [cited 2024Jun.18];690:59-6. Available from: https://journals.prz.edu.pl/jceea/article/view/1409

Abstract

This article presents selected issues on the role of design in everyday life and in the social context, from its historical roots, through the development of different styles to the present day.  Design plays a key role in shaping spaces and everyday objects. The creation of design is not only an aesthetic or functional act, but also a social one, affecting the quality of life of different groups of people, including people with disabilities and the elderly. This article describes the process and results of exploratory survey research related to the creation of the design concept of the ‘Design Museum’ in Rzeszów. The results suggest that the public sees great educational potential in such an endeavour.  Most respondents are in favour of the museum offering various forms of education, such as workshops or lectures. Based on these results, the concept of the Rzeszów Design Museum was designed to be an educational and accessible place for all.

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