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Italian Design Day 2021

Design Re-Invented

Enhancing Local Heritage As a Restart Tool

with Designer Arch. Luisa Bocchietto

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The Consulate General of Italy in Vancouver in partnership with the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Canada West, following a worldwide initiative of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, and in collaboration with MiBACT, MISE, ICE Agenzia, Confindustria, Associazione per il Disegno Industriale (ADI), Fondazione ADI-Compasso d’Oro, Federlegno Arredo, Salone del Mobile Milano and Triennale Milano, are pleased to bring you the 5th edition of the “Italian Design Day”.

Italian Design Day 2021, under the theme of “A New Idea of Design: Enhancing Local Heritage As a Restart Tool”. will be hosted by Arch. & Designer Luisa Bocchietto who will explore a new approach to face the challenges faced by the Digital Era and to enhance the relationship between planning, production, logistics and communication.

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New 2021 Approach To Sustainable Design

The concept of design was born out of the Bauhaus movement which flourished in Germany in the 1920s. For the past 100 years, this concept has rested on the two pillars of Form and Function, and on the continued dramatic tension between them.

 

Today we operate in a different context: we live in the middle of a new revolution, the digital one, which is changing the very essence of the relationship between planning, production, logistics and communication. Therefore, the concept of design has undergone a dramatic change. We now have to add a third pillar to support it: sustainability. Environmental sustainability as well as social and economic sustainability.

 

Arch. Bocchietto will discuss these themes and provide examples of this new way to conceive design, with a couple of projects recently launched in the Etruscan city of Volterra, in Tuscany, giving evidence of the Italian ability to use creativity to enhance matter by revitalizing its local context.

 


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Luisa Bocchietto Carre

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About IDD’s 2021 Host

An architect and a designer, Luisa Bocchietto operates from her own studio in Biella, Italy. She has carried out building renovation and urban planning projects, has worked as an art director, and has been a visiting professor for design schools. She participates in international juries. Appointed Ambassador for the Italian Design Day 2017, 2018 and 2019 by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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Date

Jul 08 2021
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Time

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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