Tension is a podcast produced by the Archipelago of Design, hosted by Philippe Beaulieu-Brossard, engaging tensions in the theory and practice of design for security and defence purposes across NATO members and partners. Through engaging representatives of different positions in the Innovation Methodologies for Defence Challenges (IMDC) network, the aim is to unlock new possibilities in design as practice in the 21st century.
Philippe Beaulieu-Brossard is the co-founder and co-executive president of the Archipelago of Design. He is completing a Marie S. Curie Fellowship at the Centre for Military Studies, University of Copenhagen before returning as professor leading the Design & Innovation curriculum for mid and senior level officers at Canadian Forces College (CFC) in Toronto.
The Archipelago of Design aims at connecting practitioners and scholars interested in design thinking and other reflexive approaches to defence and security.
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Ep. 2: Civilian vs Military Design
Host Philippe Beaulieu-Brossard in conversation with guests Ben Zweibelson, Philip Cash, Jeffrey van der Veer, Nathan Schwagler and Robin van Oorschot engaging the tension between Civilian and Military Design.
*Please note this episode was recorded in a noisy environment and may be difficult to hear in places. It is still made available as a resource for the community.
Ep. 1: Deliberate vs Emergent Strategic Design in the COVID Context
Host Philippe Beaulieu-Brossard in conversation with guests Ofra Graicer and Robin Holt engaging the tension between Deliberate vs. Emergent Strategic Design in the context of the COVID pandemic.