LAMBRATE! How do designers reimagine the neighbourhood where they live and work? Conceived by Claudio Larcher and Francesco Fusillo, this is an exhibition of small objects designed and created to respond to the neighbourhood’s needs (or emergencies) or inspired by everyday experience as residents. Where to find them? At the Fusina Market on Viale Argonne. A vending machine will await the Design crowd and customers of the covered market with 15 different projects that can be “bought” with a symbolic token.
We are looking forward to seeing the projects by Stefano Citi, From Outer Space, Francesco Fusillo, Andrea Gianni, Alessandro Gnocchi, Steffen Kaz, Claudio Larcher, Martinelli Venezia, PlayArchitecture, Filippo Protasoni, Studio Lido, Supercake and Tecnificio. And, who knows, perhaps one good idea might benefit the whole city, perhaps another will be “bought” by a relevant local association. So, what was the design process? No competition for once and great teamwork, dividing the workload from setting up to communication and dealing with institutions. A small miracle that is almost a model for our times. Might this be the real result of the initiative?
Written by Teus Orange