learning collection Strategic and Service Design for Sustainability subject Design for Social Innovation and Sustainabilit...
design for social innovation . c atalysing diffuse creativity for sustainable changes   Ezio Manzini Politecnico di Milano...
危机   crisis
80% 危   danger 机   chance
80% exit strategy 1 fixing the past exit strategy 2 building the future
to build a sustainable future means to use at best  the Planet resources 80%
to build a sustainable future means to use at best  the Planet resources 80% in a small, densely populated, highly connect...
social innovation   Ezio Manzini Politecnico di Milano / INDACO dept. / DIS / Faculty of Design / Italy
good news .
GUANGZHOU 1 ...
 
There is always a small place...
… to grow some plants...
 
 
Mr. Huang...
… organises a garden on the building roof...
 
Children are enjoying...
 
 
… and tenants are helping.
 
Families can book the roof garden...
 
… organise parties...
 
… and meet with neighbours…
 
GUANGZHOU 2 ...
Every week...
… we order organic food...
… and the local farm delivers it...
 
Sometimes on the weekend...
… we visit the farm...
 
 
… to see the vegetables growing.
 
We give a hand to the farmers...
 
… eat with them...
… and bring back our harvest.
EMUDE   Emerging User Demands for Sustainable Solutions CCSL   Creative Communities for Sustainable Lifestyle DESIS   Desi...
creative communities people inventing  new ways of living and producing service and business ideas   for new forms of coll...
good ideas move worldwide
farmers markets Amhedabad Milano
urban vegetables gardens Milano San   Paulo
purchasing groups Milano Taipei
France China community-based agriculture
applications . Ezio Manzini Politecnico di Milano / INDACO dept. / DIS / Faculty of Design / Italy
Example Urban-rural areas development  (in Italy, Brazil, China)
Parco Agricolo Sud Milano   Urban agriculture in the South Milano Park Capivari Monos  (Brazil)   Urban-rural area in APA,...
rural-urban area / Milano
APA Capivari-Monos São Paulo downtown Municipality of São Paulo Location São Paulo (Brazil) rural-urban area / Sao Paulo
Xianqiao Village rural-urban area / Shanghais
local resources physical and social, real and potential
Parco Sud Milano  Parco Sud Milano
Parco Sud Milano
Parco Sud Milano
Agricultural activities Capivari Monos (Brazil)
Tourism potential Capivari Monos (Brazil)
The village landscape Xianqiao Village  (China)
Family farm-poultry, vegetable and gardening Xianqiao Village  (China)
social innovators promising social innovation cases
Parco Sud Milano
Parco Sud Milano
Organic agriculture market Capivari Monos (Brazil)
Ecological network Capivari Monos (Brazil)
Communitarian restaurant Capivari Monos (Brazil)
Traditional handicraft and handmade food Xianqiao Village  (China)
Community based tourism-Qixiaodui farmhouse Xianqiao Village  (China)
strategy to turn urban proximity from disadvantage to an advantage local development driven by a set of connected, self st...
Xianqiao Village  (China) organic food production home restaurant crafts revitalization twin schools project
Xianqiao Village  (China) Xianqiao Village  (China) organic food production
Xianqiao Village  (China) home restaurant
Xianqiao Village  (China) crafts revitalization
Xianqiao Village  (China) twin schools project
7 connected, self standing projects Parco Sud Milano  7 hubs for social innovation digital platform and common branding
Collaborative services <ul><li>Urban Agriculture </li></ul>Visitors’ Centre |Park Point Horticulture Rural Cultural Centre...
Farmers’ Market Parco Sud Milano
Green Purchasing Parco Sud Milano
Food Subscription Parco Sud Milano
Visitors’ Centre | Park Point Parco Sud Milano
Rural Cultural Centre Parco Sud Milano
Horticulture Parco Sud Milano
Urban Agriculture Parco Sud Milano
A network and a brand Parco Sud Milano
can the food-related community- based scenario be extended  from farming to other sectors? 80%
can the food-related community- based scenario be extended  from farming to other sectors? 80% yes
scenario .   Ezio Manzini Politecnico di Milano / INDACO dept. / DIS / Faculty of Design / Italy
on-going trends .
footprint reduction on-going trends
sustainable use of local resources; localized systems; low transport intensity solutions    footprint reduction on-going t...
footprint reduction social networks on-going trends
now forms of community; open sources; p2p    footprint reduction social networks on-going trends
footprint reduction social networks on-going trends
footprint reduction social networks diffuse creativity on-going trends
creative communities; collaborative services    footprint reduction social networks diffuse creativity on-going trends
emerging scenario .
small local connected emerging keywords open
small local connected traditional clusters  open
small  /  local   interwoven issues of scale, relationships and identity   small local connected open
small local connected open open  /  connected   rise of unprecedented forms of organization .
small local connected new clusters open
small  /  connected   in the network society the  small is not small : it is a node in the network   small local connected...
local  /  open   in the sustainable society the the  local is open : the connected local . local Ne open
small local connected emerging scenario open
small   local open   connected small local connected emerging scenario open
scenario architecture
system architectures
distributed systems distributed computing distributed generation distributed manufacturing  distributed economies
distributed systems production systems organized as networks of small scale, flexible, highly context-related units.   (  ...
features  /  drivers
scenario features resilient / durable  lean / adaptable comprehensible / controllable
scenario drivers risk management  economy / ecology democracy / equity
small, local, open, connected 80%
small, local, open, connected 80% a scenario where the global  is a “network of locals”
scenario and innovation Ezio Manzini Politecnico di Milano / INDACO dept. / DIS / Faculty of Design / Italy
small, local, open,  connected
diffuse socio-technical innovation
catalyzing diffuse creativity and developing enabling solutions
design for social innovation
sustainable-everyday. net download the books Creative Communities Collaborative Services
design for social innovation design knowledge and practice to catalyse diffuse creativity and transform it in sustainable ...
DESIS .   an international network  on design for  social innovation and sustainability.
DESIS-International DESIS-China DESIS-Italy DESIS-Brazil DESIS-South Africa DESIS-Local in work DESIS-Local in progress DE...
thanks !   sustainable-everyday.net Ezio Manzini Politecnico di Milano / INDACO dept. / DIS / Faculty of Design / Italy
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  1. 1. learning collection Strategic and Service Design for Sustainability subject Design for Social Innovation and Sustainability learning resource The Small, Local, Open, Connected Scenario contributors: Ezio Manzini Politecnico di Milano / INDACO dept. / DIS / Faculty of Design / Italy LeNS, the Learning Network on Sustainability: Asian-European multi-polar network for curricula development on Design for Sustainability focused on product service system innovation. Funded by the Asia-Link Programme, EuroAid, European Commission. Ezio Manzini Politecnico di Milano / INDACO dept. / DIS / Faculty of Design / Italy
  2. 2. design for social innovation . c atalysing diffuse creativity for sustainable changes Ezio Manzini Politecnico di Milano / INDACO dept. / DIS / Faculty of Design / Italy
  3. 3. 危机 crisis
  4. 4. 80% 危 danger 机 chance
  5. 5. 80% exit strategy 1 fixing the past exit strategy 2 building the future
  6. 6. to build a sustainable future means to use at best the Planet resources 80%
  7. 7. to build a sustainable future means to use at best the Planet resources 80% in a small, densely populated, highly connected planet, s ocial resources are the most abundant ones.
  8. 8. social innovation Ezio Manzini Politecnico di Milano / INDACO dept. / DIS / Faculty of Design / Italy
  9. 9. good news .
  10. 10. GUANGZHOU 1 ...
  11. 12. There is always a small place...
  12. 13. … to grow some plants...
  13. 16. Mr. Huang...
  14. 17. … organises a garden on the building roof...
  15. 19. Children are enjoying...
  16. 22. … and tenants are helping.
  17. 24. Families can book the roof garden...
  18. 26. … organise parties...
  19. 28. … and meet with neighbours…
  20. 30. GUANGZHOU 2 ...
  21. 31. Every week...
  22. 32. … we order organic food...
  23. 33. … and the local farm delivers it...
  24. 35. Sometimes on the weekend...
  25. 36. … we visit the farm...
  26. 39. … to see the vegetables growing.
  27. 41. We give a hand to the farmers...
  28. 43. … eat with them...
  29. 44. … and bring back our harvest.
  30. 45. EMUDE Emerging User Demands for Sustainable Solutions CCSL Creative Communities for Sustainable Lifestyle DESIS Design for Social Innovation and Sustainability
  31. 46. creative communities people inventing new ways of living and producing service and business ideas for new forms of collaborative organizations
  32. 47. good ideas move worldwide
  33. 48. farmers markets Amhedabad Milano
  34. 49. urban vegetables gardens Milano San Paulo
  35. 50. purchasing groups Milano Taipei
  36. 51. France China community-based agriculture
  37. 52. applications . Ezio Manzini Politecnico di Milano / INDACO dept. / DIS / Faculty of Design / Italy
  38. 53. Example Urban-rural areas development (in Italy, Brazil, China)
  39. 54. Parco Agricolo Sud Milano Urban agriculture in the South Milano Park Capivari Monos (Brazil) Urban-rural area in APA, San Paulo City Xianqiao Village (China) A sustainable community project in rural area in Shanghais City
  40. 55. rural-urban area / Milano
  41. 56. APA Capivari-Monos São Paulo downtown Municipality of São Paulo Location São Paulo (Brazil) rural-urban area / Sao Paulo
  42. 57. Xianqiao Village rural-urban area / Shanghais
  43. 58. local resources physical and social, real and potential
  44. 59. Parco Sud Milano Parco Sud Milano
  45. 60. Parco Sud Milano
  46. 61. Parco Sud Milano
  47. 62. Agricultural activities Capivari Monos (Brazil)
  48. 63. Tourism potential Capivari Monos (Brazil)
  49. 64. The village landscape Xianqiao Village (China)
  50. 65. Family farm-poultry, vegetable and gardening Xianqiao Village (China)
  51. 66. social innovators promising social innovation cases
  52. 67. Parco Sud Milano
  53. 68. Parco Sud Milano
  54. 69. Organic agriculture market Capivari Monos (Brazil)
  55. 70. Ecological network Capivari Monos (Brazil)
  56. 71. Communitarian restaurant Capivari Monos (Brazil)
  57. 72. Traditional handicraft and handmade food Xianqiao Village (China)
  58. 73. Community based tourism-Qixiaodui farmhouse Xianqiao Village (China)
  59. 74. strategy to turn urban proximity from disadvantage to an advantage local development driven by a set of connected, self standing projects
  60. 75. Xianqiao Village (China) organic food production home restaurant crafts revitalization twin schools project
  61. 76. Xianqiao Village (China) Xianqiao Village (China) organic food production
  62. 77. Xianqiao Village (China) home restaurant
  63. 78. Xianqiao Village (China) crafts revitalization
  64. 79. Xianqiao Village (China) twin schools project
  65. 80. 7 connected, self standing projects Parco Sud Milano 7 hubs for social innovation digital platform and common branding
  66. 81. Collaborative services <ul><li>Urban Agriculture </li></ul>Visitors’ Centre |Park Point Horticulture Rural Cultural Centre Farmers’ Market Common Brand Food Subscription The Green Purchasing 7 social innovation hubs + a common brand
  67. 82. Farmers’ Market Parco Sud Milano
  68. 83. Green Purchasing Parco Sud Milano
  69. 84. Food Subscription Parco Sud Milano
  70. 85. Visitors’ Centre | Park Point Parco Sud Milano
  71. 86. Rural Cultural Centre Parco Sud Milano
  72. 87. Horticulture Parco Sud Milano
  73. 88. Urban Agriculture Parco Sud Milano
  74. 89. A network and a brand Parco Sud Milano
  75. 90. can the food-related community- based scenario be extended from farming to other sectors? 80%
  76. 91. can the food-related community- based scenario be extended from farming to other sectors? 80% yes
  77. 92. scenario . Ezio Manzini Politecnico di Milano / INDACO dept. / DIS / Faculty of Design / Italy
  78. 93. on-going trends .
  79. 94. footprint reduction on-going trends
  80. 95. sustainable use of local resources; localized systems; low transport intensity solutions footprint reduction on-going trends
  81. 96. footprint reduction social networks on-going trends
  82. 97. now forms of community; open sources; p2p footprint reduction social networks on-going trends
  83. 98. footprint reduction social networks on-going trends
  84. 99. footprint reduction social networks diffuse creativity on-going trends
  85. 100. creative communities; collaborative services footprint reduction social networks diffuse creativity on-going trends
  86. 101. emerging scenario .
  87. 102. small local connected emerging keywords open
  88. 103. small local connected traditional clusters open
  89. 104. small / local interwoven issues of scale, relationships and identity small local connected open
  90. 105. small local connected open open / connected rise of unprecedented forms of organization .
  91. 106. small local connected new clusters open
  92. 107. small / connected in the network society the small is not small : it is a node in the network small local connected open
  93. 108. local / open in the sustainable society the the local is open : the connected local . local Ne open
  94. 109. small local connected emerging scenario open
  95. 110. small local open connected small local connected emerging scenario open
  96. 111. scenario architecture
  97. 112. system architectures
  98. 113. distributed systems distributed computing distributed generation distributed manufacturing distributed economies
  99. 114. distributed systems production systems organized as networks of small scale, flexible, highly context-related units. ( Distributed Economies Laboratories )
  100. 115. features / drivers
  101. 116. scenario features resilient / durable lean / adaptable comprehensible / controllable
  102. 117. scenario drivers risk management economy / ecology democracy / equity
  103. 118. small, local, open, connected 80%
  104. 119. small, local, open, connected 80% a scenario where the global is a “network of locals”
  105. 120. scenario and innovation Ezio Manzini Politecnico di Milano / INDACO dept. / DIS / Faculty of Design / Italy
  106. 121. small, local, open, connected
  107. 122. diffuse socio-technical innovation
  108. 123. catalyzing diffuse creativity and developing enabling solutions
  109. 124. design for social innovation
  110. 125. sustainable-everyday. net download the books Creative Communities Collaborative Services
  111. 126. design for social innovation design knowledge and practice to catalyse diffuse creativity and transform it in sustainable solutions.
  112. 127. DESIS . an international network on design for social innovation and sustainability.
  113. 128. DESIS-International DESIS-China DESIS-Italy DESIS-Brazil DESIS-South Africa DESIS-Local in work DESIS-Local in progress DESIS-USA DESIS-Colombia
  114. 129. thanks ! sustainable-everyday.net Ezio Manzini Politecnico di Milano / INDACO dept. / DIS / Faculty of Design / Italy

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