VIA summer course - Scuola del Design, Politecnico di Milano
proff. Beltran Berrocal + Signe Mørk Madsen
29th june 2013
retail lecture - Francesca Murialdo
10t july 2013
retail tour - Cristina Foglia
SCHOOL OF DESIGN - POLITECNICO DI MILANO
PSSD DESIGN STUDIO PS1 - 2014/2015
Davide Fassi, Francesca Murialdo, NI MINQING
Laura Galluzzo, Cristina Foglia, Annalinda De Rosa
The #memorystore is a metaphor of the new relationship between the place and its user, affecting spaces, services and experiences. The design proposals will be multiple solutions that will invest different disciplinary topics as #adaptivereuse, #exhibitiondesign, #servicedesign, #communicationdesign to reset the established situation and to foresee neew spatial solutions.
more info @LA.BO.works
The museum store as a spin off spread into the city, an opportunity to rethink the newsstand as retail space
MuMi_Store is designed to promote and spread culture and economically support museums.
Workshop / May 6th-9th 2014
Shrinking spaces from city to rooms
New value as weakness and reversibility
Production, consumption, communication merging in virtual space
In this landscape can we imagine our body as the fundamental ingredient to create a place intended as a sort of wearable space, a place around the body?
Body is our primary and more intimate/personal tool to measure space; unconventionally, space is scanned by the way we move, behave and use our body, according to the shape and size of the body itself.
How can we transform our body in a proper spatial support of our activities?
Follow the workshop @ http://wearablespace.tumblr.com/
PRINCIPI di RETAIL DESIGN e TECNICHE di PROGETTAZIONE 1: l’importanza del format.
La destinazione finale di un pdv e la scelta di un determinato format influiscono sul tipo di progettazione da adottare. La suddivisione in cluster (temporary store, travel retail, flagship, etc..).
Data: 16 Aprile 2014
Francesca Murialdo (09.30 – 13.00)
Salvatore Maligno (14.00 – 17.30)
#Retailescape on Ottagono - design & architecture magazine 265!
#thisshoprocks is the forward of the focus on #practiceofconsumption and#spacesforgoods.
goods multiply to the point of disapperaing. Consumers become users and dictate the rules. Types clear away and the spaces of commerce turn into symbolic, metaphorical realms.
The itailian team:
Ilenia Martino, student, MA in Interior Design
Martina Panzeri, student, BA in Design degli interni
Alberto Re, student, MA in Product Service System Design
Maria Teresa Reccia, student, Master in Exhibition Design
more info @LA.BO.works
The retail themed workshop for the 6th edition of the Master in Exhibition Design @ Politecnico di Milano.
fab|store comes from the idea that CRISIS|OPPORTUNITY, the debate on the 3RD INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION, the FABBERS AND MAKERS and the ADAPTIVE REUSE of unused buindings could come together to imagine a new interior space mixed up with a laboratory, a store, a market and an atelier.
Coordination: Trans urban (Austria) in collaboration with Politecnico di Milano - dipartimento INDACO, Università di Ferrara – Dipartimento di Architettura, Universitá luav di Venezia - Dipartimento di Urbanistica, The University Court of the University of Aberdeen (Aberdeen, UK), University of Strathclyde (Glasgow, UK), Fakultät für Architektur und Landschaft, Leibniz Universität (Hannover, Germania), Technische Universität (Vienna, Austria), X-CHANGE culture-science (Vienna, Austria), NID-National Institute of Design (Ahmedabad, India), Goa Urbanology Studio (Goa, India)
Partecipation to the final workshop c/o NID, Ahmedabad, India and Goa Urbanology Studio, Goa, India,
In the PhD School of Interior Architecture and Exhibition Design has been developed a research about places and themes of the contemporary research in interiors. The research results has been published in http://www.interiorsforumworld.dpa.polimi.it/, and spread with the international conference in october 2008. The research has been presented at Interiors Forum Scotland, Glasgow, 1-2 March 2007 and at Second Nationa Congress on Interior Architecture and Exhibition Design at Iuav, Venezia, 24-25 October 2007
The restaurant is characterized by three elements: food, relations and environment. Different significance for different culture and different mix to have a multitude of different way to conceive a restaurant.
In the Mediterranean culture, food fits together with gesture and relationships and becomes one of the the linchpins of our daily life.
In the Norther Europe social drinking has the same social task as food relates more to the special events. The couple food-relations hasn't got any link with the economic background. In India the street kiosk it's a meeting point attracting different kind of people.
In the far East (Vietnam, China,..), the space for consumption of food is a sort of primordial food-court where many stalls offer different dishes in a public space. In japan you can consume hot food served from vending machine.
It's the kind and culture of food that determines our gesture and behavior or the opposite?