Today’s highlight at the Duftbar in Solothurn was the Christophe Laudamiel’s discussion with Nada Endrissat and Claus Noppeney. […]
Einer der international wohl spannendsten Parfumeure, Christophe Laudamiel, kommt in die Duftbar nach Solothurn: Ein vergnügliches Angebot für […]
Die Duftbar ist ein Popup Store für Geschichten: Der Schriftsteller Tim Krohn schreibt vom 26. Mai bis 2. […]
Vom 26. Mai bis zum 2. Juni 2019 verwandelt sich die Couronne Bar in Solothurn in eine DuftBar mit […]
Origins of Scent Culture Institute Scent Culture Institute originates from the two research projects „Wissensduft“ (2010-2013) and „New […]
The Design Research Methods Festival features perfumery in the context of design thinking and design-driven innovation.
An article published in “Horizons – the Swiss magazine for scientific research” tells the “making of” story of the initial research project “Wissensduft”:
This post introduces a video trailer that presents a few snapshots of the research project Wissensduft.
What can requirement engineering learn from briefings in artistic perfumery? In a recent article Claus Noppeney & Nada Endrissat discuss the transfer potential of the artistic perfumery case developed in the research project “Wissensduft“.
“Interdisciplinarity” is the common theme of three videos Bern University of Applied Sciences recently posted on YouTube. One of the videos features scent culture and related research projects based at Bern University of the Arts and the Business School, two departments at Bern University of Applied Sciences. So far, the interdisciplinary approach has brought together professionals from diverse disciplines including social science, media art, visual communication, management research, psychology and curating.
Scent is now a topic a Bern University of the Arts. Here is the story:
Dr. Nada Endrissat is professor in the Business School at Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland. She studied psychology at […]
The Museum Bellerive, a department of the Museum of Design in Zurich devoted an entire exhibition to perfumery: “Perfume – Bottling Seduction”.
Artistic research is an increasingly popular term to conceptualize research activities in the world of art & design universities. The concept highlights the epistemic aspects of artistic practices. Accordingly, certain artistic practices are driven by questions and aim at generating knowledge. Iconic cases from art & design history (e.g. Bauhaus) show that at least some artistic practices have been related to knowledge practices througout history. Thus, it might even be more a matter of terminology and explicit framing of that is a more recent phenomenon.