Smart people in smart cities - Francesco Cingolani

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Digital Experience Festival 2012
Digital for People
Conferenza in collaborazione con Politecnico di Torino

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Smart people in smart cities - Francesco Cingolani

  1. 1. SPACEEMERGENC [ E ] [ Y ] francescocingolani.ccSpecial thanks to Antonio Spinelli + Giuseppe Roccasalva + Andrea Graziano [ CO-DE-IT]
  2. 2. PHOTO : Macao, Milano facebook.com/macaopagina SPACEEMERGENC [ E ] [ Y ] francescocingolani.cc
  3. 3. A GROWING COMMUNITY OF ARCHITECTSNOT INTERESTED IN BUILDINGSWHY?PHOTO : Christoffer Horsfjord Nilsen, Ecosistema UrbanoPROJECT: dreamhamar, network design process in NorwayWEB: dreamhamar.org
  4. 4. "An obvious fact: architecture is not building. Buildings are objects andthe act of building leads to such objects, but architecture is somethingelse. It is the way we think and talk about buildings, how we representthem, how we build them. This is architecture."AARON BETSKY
  5. 5. PHOTO : basurama.orgPROJECT: Basurama PanorámicaECONOMICAL CRISISWE HAVE TOO MANY THINGSTHERE ARE TOO MANY BUILDINGS
  6. 6. THEWORLDISFASTBUILDING IS SLOW PHOTO : burçak pekin - flickr.com
  7. 7. PHOTO :www.soundplusdesign.com by Andrew Spitz is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.THE WORLD IS ADAPTIVEBUILDING IS STATIC
  8. 8. IMAGE : open source city by francescocingolani.cc based on the following pictures (creative commons disclaimer) www.flickr.com/photos/elenac/5565893086/ www.flickr.com/photos/seeminglee/3189169101/NETWORK THINKING "...what is most amazing about networks is that they completely transform the way we think about data..." JAMES FOWLER, POLITICAL SCIENTIST via Andrea Graziano - co-de-it.com
  9. 9. PHOTO : Heather Cowper, flickr.com Swarm chandelier at the V & A in London by Zaha HadidCOMPLEXITY SIMPLE ELEMENTS INTERACTING WITH SIMPLE RULES CAN YELD SURPRINSINGLY COMPLEX AND ELEGANT OUTCOMES. inspired by Andrea Graziano /// co-de-it.com
  10. 10. EMERGENCEis the waycomplex systems and patternsarise outof a multiplicity ofrelatively simple interactionsSOURCE> en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emergence
  11. 11. HOW IS THESPACEOF THE NEXTFUTURE?////////////////////////////
  12. 12. PHOTO: Daniel Dionne / flickr.com / CC BY-SA 2.0) #spanishrevolution
  13. 13. ACAMPADA EN LA PUERTA DEL SOLLarge-scale demonstration and temporary occupation of one ofMadrid’s most representative squares on May 15, 2011.EUROPEAN PRIZE FOR URBAN PUBLIC SPACEMentioned project for "Special Category"
  14. 14. We don’t need money, we don’t need new buildings. We onlyneed empty spaces and free time to think, meditate and create.#UNOCCUPYBIENNALE#UNOCCUPYBIENNALE#UNOCCUPYBIENNALEinspired by [ Domenico Di Siena - Aurélie de Boiss’ - Ethel Baraona Pohl - Paco González - Ecosistema Urbano - Jorge Toledo García - AlfonsoSánchez Uzábal - Basurama Asociación - Gaëtan Kohler - Andrea Graziano////////////////////////////////#UNOCCUPYBIENNALE#UNOCCUPYBIENNALE#UNOCCUPYBIENNALE
  15. 15. PHOTO: colaborativa dot eu - flickr.com COWORKING WORKSPHOTO: PHOTOS:Ian Kath - flickr.com the waving cat - flickr.com
  16. 16. CAMPO DE LA CEBADAMADRID PHOTO campo de cebada - flickr.com# Urban Communication# Urban Curators# Architects building communities# Architecture collectives
  17. 17. CREATIVE COHOUSING MADRID > lagunas.in If you are a creative and you live or you are traveling to Madrid, you may want to go to LAGUNA
  18. 18. MACAO, ITALY creatives occupy a tower in milan PHOTO : Macao, Milano facebook.com/macaopagina
  19. 19. PHOTO: facebook.com/ostellobello ostellobello.com Milan, Italy a new model of hostel a shared space for tourists, travelers, citizens, creatives
  20. 20. "Chambre vide" [ An Empty Room ]An exhibition by Marion Baruch
  21. 21. HOW TO DESIGNSPACESFOREMERGENCES ?////////////////////////////
  22. 22. PHOTO A GROWING NUMBERfacebook.com/LeaveOnlyFootsteps OF ABANDONED, VACANT BUILDINGS //////////////////////////// //////////////////////////// "I wish this was..." see also > candychang.com/i-wish-this-was
  23. 23. PHOTO"Empty office" by Mark Hillary - flickr.com DESIGNING BLANK SPACES TO ENCOURAGE EMERGENT PHENOMENA
  24. 24. PLATFORM SPACE AS A FRAMEWORK DEVICEPHOTO"Unused space"By Yuba College Public Space - flickr.com
  25. 25. ARCHITECTS :SPACE DESIGNERS AND/ORSPACE CURATORS
  26. 26. //////////////////////////// FEW SIMPLE RULES +MASSIVE INTERACTION =EMERGING INNOVATION + COMPLEXITY ////////////////////////////
  27. 27. LOOKING AT EMERGENT PHENOMENA INTHE NATURE, DONT YOU THINK[TRADITIONAL]DESIGN ITSELF IS AGAINST NATURE?PHOTO"LIQUID FEEDBAK"By Mario Klingemann - flickr.com
  28. 28. SPACEEMERGENC [ E ] [ Y ] francescocingolani.ccSpecial thanks to Antonio Spinelli + Giuseppe Roccasalva + Andrea Graziano [ CO-DE-IT]

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