Chapter “From Shared Public Spaces to Public Spaces for Sharing Activities. #Sharing.Lab Milan + London” summarises the activity of the Spatial Design Studio “Sharing.Lab | Milan + London”, in collaboration with the Middlesex University of London, that investigated the sharing phenomenon through an experimental approach. It consists in testing in which way the physical aspect of public/private spaces of our cities can become the perfect place for sharing activ- ities, catalysing in the urban shared spaces those activities mostly deemed in the public opinion as virtual/digital. Indeed, the networking society actually allows for simultaneously building a high-speed global system and low-speed local one and the cities and the territories. Several digital sharing apps and services (130) in different areas (e.g. food, goods, learning, transport and spaces) have been surveyed maurizio.bruglieri@polimi.it Introduction xiii and studied in order to map and highlight the spatial values associated with the sharing activities according to the principles of Spatial Design described more in general in Chapter “Between the Digital and the Physical: Reinventing the Spaces to Accommodate Sharing Services”.

From Shared Public Spaces to Public Spaces for Sharing Activities. #Sharing.Lab Milan + London

G. Piccinno
2018-01-01

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Chapter “From Shared Public Spaces to Public Spaces for Sharing Activities. #Sharing.Lab Milan + London” summarises the activity of the Spatial Design Studio “Sharing.Lab | Milan + London”, in collaboration with the Middlesex University of London, that investigated the sharing phenomenon through an experimental approach. It consists in testing in which way the physical aspect of public/private spaces of our cities can become the perfect place for sharing activ- ities, catalysing in the urban shared spaces those activities mostly deemed in the public opinion as virtual/digital. Indeed, the networking society actually allows for simultaneously building a high-speed global system and low-speed local one and the cities and the territories. Several digital sharing apps and services (130) in different areas (e.g. food, goods, learning, transport and spaces) have been surveyed maurizio.bruglieri@polimi.it Introduction xiii and studied in order to map and highlight the spatial values associated with the sharing activities according to the principles of Spatial Design described more in general in Chapter “Between the Digital and the Physical: Reinventing the Spaces to Accommodate Sharing Services”.
Multidisciplinary design of sharing services
978-3-319-78098-6
sharing economy, spatial design, urban spaces, public spaces, sharing activities, services design, digital, physical, sharingLab
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