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Pathway for designing with new DIY, circular and biobased materials : insights from three case studies

Bert Vuylsteke (UGent) , Francesca Ostuzzi (UGent) , Jelle Saldien (UGent) and Jan Detand (UGent)
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In recent years, evidence shows the depleting consequences of bad material application on our planet. This drove research to designing new substi-tutive and less-polluting materials. Materials derived from biomass, known as biobased materials, hold much potential as is shown in previous research. In ad-dition, research efforts are also being made to help industrial designers work with these new materials. However, each of the supporting methodologies developed today focuses only on one piece of the bigger picture. This article examines three case studies of designers working with DIY, circular and biobased materials and highlights the similarities and contradictions of their design processes. Designing applications for these new materials mostly enacts in large systems. This explains why research on designing with new DIY, circular and biobased materials is in need to use many different complementary methodologies in conjunction, whilst still maintaining a structured and organized overview on the research. Therefore, a possible pathway is suggested to potentially support the designer in structuring, organizing and overviewing the complex research and development process of designing with new biobased materials. Ultimately, this study suggests that future efforts should be devoted to applying and validating the supportive pathway and embracing its open-ended and indeterminate nature. Conclusively, this article ad-ditionally uncovers the interesting bridge between the domain of designing with new DIY, circular and biobased materials and the designer’s behaviour within.
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Design for Biobased Materials, Design for DIY Material, Design for Circular Materials

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Vuylsteke, Bert, et al. “Pathway for Designing with New DIY, Circular and Biobased Materials : Insights from Three Case Studies.” Sustainable Design and Manufacturing : Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Sustainable Design and Manufacturing (KES-SDM 2021), edited by Steffen G. Scholz et al., vol. 262, Springer, 2022, pp. 45–54, doi:10.1007/978-981-16-6128-0_5.
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Vuylsteke, B., Ostuzzi, F., Saldien, J., & Detand, J. (2022). Pathway for designing with new DIY, circular and biobased materials : insights from three case studies. In S. G. Scholz, R. J. Howlett, & R. Setchi (Eds.), Sustainable design and manufacturing : proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Sustainable Design and Manufacturing (KES-SDM 2021) (Vol. 262, pp. 45–54). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-6128-0_5
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Vuylsteke, Bert, Francesca Ostuzzi, Jelle Saldien, and Jan Detand. 2022. “Pathway for Designing with New DIY, Circular and Biobased Materials : Insights from Three Case Studies.” In Sustainable Design and Manufacturing : Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Sustainable Design and Manufacturing (KES-SDM 2021), edited by Steffen G. Scholz, Robert J. Howlett, and Rossi Setchi, 262:45–54. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-6128-0_5.
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Vuylsteke, Bert, Francesca Ostuzzi, Jelle Saldien, and Jan Detand. 2022. “Pathway for Designing with New DIY, Circular and Biobased Materials : Insights from Three Case Studies.” In Sustainable Design and Manufacturing : Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Sustainable Design and Manufacturing (KES-SDM 2021), ed by. Steffen G. Scholz, Robert J. Howlett, and Rossi Setchi, 262:45–54. Springer. doi:10.1007/978-981-16-6128-0_5.
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Vuylsteke B, Ostuzzi F, Saldien J, Detand J. Pathway for designing with new DIY, circular and biobased materials : insights from three case studies. In: Scholz SG, Howlett RJ, Setchi R, editors. Sustainable design and manufacturing : proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Sustainable Design and Manufacturing (KES-SDM 2021). Springer; 2022. p. 45–54.
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B. Vuylsteke, F. Ostuzzi, J. Saldien, and J. Detand, “Pathway for designing with new DIY, circular and biobased materials : insights from three case studies,” in Sustainable design and manufacturing : proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Sustainable Design and Manufacturing (KES-SDM 2021), Split, Croatia, 2022, vol. 262, pp. 45–54.
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  booktitle    = {{Sustainable design and manufacturing : proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Sustainable Design and Manufacturing (KES-SDM 2021)}},
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