Here we are…it’s the end of March, and for those who are involved in design, this means just one thing: Milan and Salone del Mobile are almost there.
There will be, as usual, more than a thousand of events scheduled around the city, shoes to consume and a lot of concentration, in order to see as much as possible. In all this chaos of events , we propose an agenda of events dedicated to Casa Jasmina, open source, IoT and the smart objects.
So let’s start with Genuino and Casa Jasmina: Casa Jasmina will present at Atelier Clerici, as host of Joseph Grima, GIT-COMMIT. GIT-COMMIT is an interactive exhibition that attempts to open a dialogue on ideas, expectations and critical issues about the “connected living” of the future. GIT-COMMIT will be present from the 12th to the 17th April, on the main floor of Palazzo Clerici, and consists of a web interface which communicates with four small thermal printers. With GIT-COMMIT visitors will be confronted with four questions on the future home via the web page, and each printer will translate their responses in a continual flow chart. GIT-COMMIT has been developed with Genuino MKR1000, a powerful board that combines Genuino Zero features and Wi-Fi shield to create IoT projects.
Made in collaboration with opendesk, the Londonears collective of open design, GIT-COMMIT will see the participation of students of Interaction design Master of SUPSI Lugano and studio Folder. Studio Folder will run a 2 days workshop for SUPSI’s students to investigate feedback gathered previously from the printers, and will present some graphic representation the 15th April at Atelier Clerici.
In addition to having it’s own space with GIT-COMMIT, Casa Jasmina will be present with The Good Home with small workshop to explore openness and privacy in the design of homes connected and the spatial experiences they offer.
Parasite 2.0 at Palazzo Clerici, will present a conversation about the domestic landscape and the idea of a private space in the era of the “sharing economy”where Casa Jasmina is involved. Carlo Ratti will be present at Triennale with Lift-Bit, a smart home furniture piece that will change the idea of interior design.
These and other events are waiting for us in Milan this year, the impression is that we start to talk about IoT even in the classic design places, that designers are increasingly concerned by what is happening on the domestic scene and that people should be more and more involved to understand needs and expectations.
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