The research project titled “Living, working, travelling: Interior design for new scenarios between hospitality and work field”, financed by FARB Fondo Ateneo Ricerca di Base of the Design Department - Politecnico di Milano 2015-2016, started from the assumption that in the contemporary society we witness both physical and virtual “mobile lives” (Elliot, Urry, 2010). This attitude involves new concepts related to the design of the spaces that are investigated in the book trough researches and didactic activities in order to define new ways of living, working and travelling, and to identify which kind of spaces are generated by the contemporary transformations. The research explores and describes these new spatial models with the specific approach of the design of interiors, focused on the space but also on the processes and systems of relationships between spaces-furniture-services and communication methods. During the research, developed by the research team, coordinated by prof. Francesco Scullica: S. Piardi, G. Simonelli, L. Guerrini, A. Anzani, M. Bertolo, M. R. Fossati, E. Elgani, C. Pagni, G. Veronese, the focus is mainly on the relationship and the hybridization processes between hospitality spaces (mainly hotels and hostels) and workspaces for knowledge worker (offices, smart-office, co-working, hubs) in the field of interior design.

LIVING WORKING AND TRAVELLING. New Processes of Hybridization for the spaces of Hospitality and Work

f. Scullica;E. Elgani
2019

Abstract

The research project titled “Living, working, travelling: Interior design for new scenarios between hospitality and work field”, financed by FARB Fondo Ateneo Ricerca di Base of the Design Department - Politecnico di Milano 2015-2016, started from the assumption that in the contemporary society we witness both physical and virtual “mobile lives” (Elliot, Urry, 2010). This attitude involves new concepts related to the design of the spaces that are investigated in the book trough researches and didactic activities in order to define new ways of living, working and travelling, and to identify which kind of spaces are generated by the contemporary transformations. The research explores and describes these new spatial models with the specific approach of the design of interiors, focused on the space but also on the processes and systems of relationships between spaces-furniture-services and communication methods. During the research, developed by the research team, coordinated by prof. Francesco Scullica: S. Piardi, G. Simonelli, L. Guerrini, A. Anzani, M. Bertolo, M. R. Fossati, E. Elgani, C. Pagni, G. Veronese, the focus is mainly on the relationship and the hybridization processes between hospitality spaces (mainly hotels and hostels) and workspaces for knowledge worker (offices, smart-office, co-working, hubs) in the field of interior design.
Franco Angeli Editore
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