Bauhaus was an awakening characterized by an unbridled curiosity for processes, industry, working techniques and fabrication. Like this, almost all creations that appeared from Bauhaus overcame the limits of the achievable. The imbalance and the social and cultural polarization derived from the new context of the digital revolution make the trade face new stakes, new places and new roles in which they work in multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary and transversal team and with opened and collaborative systems.

In our pedagogical strategies, the questions are:

  • Is a complete product approached when it has been improved, when a new vital element for its category has been added?
  • Are standards in manufacturing, labour and sustainability worked on rather than complying with these standards on our own?
  • Do the schools support, through their cloisters of teachers and their infrastructures, culture and passion for innovation, doing things good, even better?
  • Are the study programs used to set the talent of young professional people in the design domain?
  • Do our pedagogical models promote innovative and sustainable design with an economical and ecological quality as best as possible?
  • Do our study programs boost functionality and ease of use?
  • Do we need future designers with a critical vision of society and of the role of the design? Or do we need future designers more practical than critical, convinced of the kindness of our economy and its potential?
  • Should designs be more and more inclusive?
  • Will designers be the driving force of the new development of societies and the different cultural groups?
  • Is the complexity of the environment visualized differently from the design?

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