A design research methodology using 3D-printed modular designs to study the aesthetic appreciation of form and material

RAG Post, D Saakes, PPM Hekkert

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDesign and semantics of form and movement - Aesthetics of interaction: Dynamic, multisensory
EditorsLL Chen, T Djajadiningrat, L Feijs, J Hu, S Kyffin, L Rampino, E Rodriguez, D Steffen
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Pages347-350
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 2015
EventDeSForm 2015, Aesthetics of interaction: 9th international conference on design and semantics of form and movement,Milan, Italy - s.l.
Duration: 13 Oct 201517 Oct 2015

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ConferenceDeSForm 2015, Aesthetics of interaction: 9th international conference on design and semantics of form and movement,Milan, Italy
Period13/10/1517/10/15

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Post, RAG., Saakes, D., & Hekkert, PPM. (2015). A design research methodology using 3D-printed modular designs to study the aesthetic appreciation of form and material. In LL. Chen, T. Djajadiningrat, L. Feijs, J. Hu, S. Kyffin, L. Rampino, E. Rodriguez, & D. Steffen (Eds.), Design and semantics of form and movement - Aesthetics of interaction: Dynamic, multisensory (pp. 347-350). s.n..