This course is offered by D&I – Design and Innovation – department and held in Sino Finnish Center once a week. It is not a normal lecture, but an Open one, where during the first few classes some external lecturers are invited to talk, then, for the rest of the semester students hold the lectures by presenting a paper per group (two groups of two-three people each class) among the ones published on the platform and inviting the other students to an open discussion on the topic presented. Discussion is encouraged by the teacher, always supervising and sharing his perspective.
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Open Design Now is a collaborative book of Creative Commons Netherlands, Premsela, the Netherlands Institute for Design and Fashion and Waag Society.It was published and now is also available online at the link specified above (check it!), usable for free under a creative common license.


Info su Alice Casiraghi

你好! My name is Alice, I'm 23, I got a BA in Product Design at Politecnico di Milano and after that I attended PSSD, Product Service System Design, thanks to which I am now here in Shanghai, spending my Double Degree. I am from a small town situated a little bit northern than Milan and I have been living in London for my Erasmus during the third year of BA. Metropolis, languages, whys and words history fascinate me the most. I've been working as free lancer in the last couple of years as graphic designer and event planner. Feel free to contact me if you're interested in notions about Politong of Shanghai.
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  1. Alice Casiraghi scrive:

    The contents of the course are very interesting: Open Design, design methods and thinking, makers, design studios the apply open method ecc. Pretty much the topics we got used to in Polimi. The problem with this course is that even though the students are well mixed among Chinese and internationals and the discussion is encouraged by the teacher, it’s difficult to reach a real debate with Chinese students, usually too shy to firmly express their thoughts.

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