Design & Interiors. Considerations on an evolving discipline between education and profession
Autori e curatori
Contributi
Franco Bolelli
Livello
Saggi, scenari, interventi
Dati
pp. 112,      1a edizione  2017   (Codice editore 85.102)

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In breve
Design is no longer and will never be more like before. This book unequivocally tells you. Because Alessandro Biamonti knows perfectly well that in a world that has changed over the past twenty years more than in many previous centuries we can no longer plan and produce (and not even think, communicate, live) as we did just a short while ago. Alessandro here gives us a map of this change, gives us suggestions, provides us with paths and solutions. [from the introduction by Franco Bolelli]
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We have a certainty: Design is no longer and will never be more like before. This book unequivocally tells you.
Because Alessandro Biamonti knows perfectly well that in a world that has changed over the past twenty years more than in many previous centuries we can no longer plan and produce (and not even think, communicate, live) as we did just a short while ago. And he knows perfectly well that the wonderful story of Design is fine, the indispensable technical knowledge is fine, it's all fine what Interior Design is today, but in this era design can not remain within the perimeter of its traditional boundaries. No, it's not just about combining it with other inventive and expressive languages: it's about exploring and expanding the anthropological nature of design.
Alessandro here gives us a map of this change, gives us suggestions, provides us with paths and solutions: I would read it - and then read it again - with great care, what do you say?
(from the introduction by Franco Bolelli)

Alessandro Biamonti Architect. PhD in Industrial Design and Multimedia Communication. He's Associate Professor at the School of Design of Politecnico di Milano, where he coordinates the Research Team Lab.I.R.Int (Laboratory of Innovation and Research about Interiors). He's member of the research unit "Design, Theory, Research and Culture" at the Universidad Estado Minas Gerais in Belo Horizonte (Brazil), and member of the faculty of the TMU in Tokyo (Japan) and the KTU in Kaunas (Lithuania). His work deals with the Anthropological aspects of the discipline of Interior Design.

Indice
F. Bolelli, Introduction
Starting point
The territory of design
Interior designer: notes for a new figure
Habitat & Sense
Dis-Orders
Hacker listening
Rules and Exceptions
Samples VS Experts
Forty-nine questions
Summary notes
Recommended readings.