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  • 1. Social Innovation Generation presents Creative Communities and Sustainable Qualities A presentation by Ezio Manzini Professor of Industrial Design, Milan Polytechnic In partnership withMay 7nd, 2012
  • 2. Toronto 7.05.2012 creative communitiesand sustainable qualities how social innovation is changing the worldand what design can do to trigger and support it Ezio Manzini, INDACO, Politecnico di Milano - DESIS Network
  • 3. “Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing.” Arundhali Roy Speech at the World Social Forum in Brazil in 2003. designers can help (if they are able to recongize it)another world is emerging
  • 4. ideas that work insolving social problems social innovation
  • 5. cohousing, collaborative housing,couch surfing, circles of care, elderlymutual-help, micro-nurseries, time based on diffusebanks, local currencies, car pooling, design capabilitiescar sharing, food radicalfarmers local coops,markets, zero-miles food, community- changessupported agriculture, neighbourhood hundredscare, street festivals, community of originalgardens, community-based tourism, service ideassocial enterprises, co-working, fairtrade organisations, social incubators
  • 6. Community Garden, New York City the power of doing together collaborative housing collaboration .
  • 7. Parco Sud, Milano re-combinig what existscollaborative housing creativity . Photo: Anna Meroni – 2007
  • 8. Farmers market, Hobart traditions as building materials collaborative housingre-invented traditions .
  • 9. Community-supported agriculture, Bejing different motivations for new economic models. collaborative housing win-win solutions .
  • 10. Circle of care, Sauthwark “users” as part of the solution collaborative housingcitizens involvement . Lower  East  Side,  New  York  
  • 11. cohousing, collaborative housing,couch surfing, circles of care, elderlymutual-help, micro-nurseries, timebanks, local what can car pooling, currencies,car sharing, designers farmers food coops,markets, zero-miles food, community- (co)design?supported agriculture, neighbourhoodcare, street festivals, communitygardens, community-based tourism,social enterprises, co-working, fairtrade organisations, social incubators
  • 12. cohousing, collaborative housing,couch surfing, circles of care, elderlymutual-help, micro-nurseries, time newbanks, local currencies, car pooling, newcar sharing, food coops, farmers organization neweconomicmarkets, zero-miles food, community- models what is missing? politicalsupported agriculture, neighbourhood modelscare, streetactions community festivals,gardens, community-based tourism,social enterprises, co-working, fairtrade organisations, social incubators
  • 13. quality are new perceived qualities emerging?
  • 14. people choose innovative solutionsbecause they like them they search for new qualities they generate new qualities
  • 15. the quality of mutual trustrelationships
  • 16. WASHING ACTIVE RESTAURANT SHOPPING LIST PRODUCT MICRO- E-STOP SHARING NURSERIES the quality ofthe “well done” work
  • 17. the quality ofhuman scale scale
  • 18. the quality ofthe local-connected places
  • 19. the quality of slowness time
  • 20. the quality ofhuman experience complexity
  • 21. quality power
  • 22. quality war the war of time, places, works and relationships the war between two civilizations
  • 23. quality to be consumedquality to be produced
  • 24. quality power the food example
  • 25. foodfast-globalfoodslow-local
  • 26. Carlo Petrini / Slow Food The Slow Food Manifesto Bra, 1989 “everyone has a fundamental right to pleasure” a quality-driven revolutiona great case of social innovation
  • 27. vision action“everyone has a fundamental food awareness on the right to pleasure … demand side (through consumer-producer, the Convivia) … and, consequently the markets for high quality responsibility to protect the products, on the supply side heritage of food, tradition and (through local farmers, theculture that makes this pleasure Presidia) possible”
  • 28. vision action “We consider ourselves co- new food networks producers, not consumers, because by being informed community supportedabout how our food is produced agriculture and actively supporting those who produce it, we become a community-based planning part of and a partner in the (es. the Nutrire Milano Project) production” from vision to action, and vice versa a great case of strategic design
  • 29. beauty? beauty will save the world
  • 30. Fyodor Dostoyevswky “The idiot”, 1868beauty will save the world
  • 31. thank you!desis-network.org