Social complexity is placing the role of Design in rethinking sociability in cities at the center of the debate. In contexts such as Rome - where urban communities are formed that share traditions, habits and ideas (Weber, 2005) - there is a need to build a change aimed at inclusion and integration. In fact, although these communities have managed to make some places their own, they still suffer from the lack of favorable environments for social innovation (Manzini, 2015). From 2015 to 2018, the Research investigated this context by putting design good practices in contact with the temporary communities of Rome. Design becomes infrastructure (Morelli and Sbordone, 2018) to support initiatives that have developed products and services through Co-Design and Design Thinking approaches (Liedtka, 2018), resulting in a series of operations that have highlighted the role of Research in Design in connecting universities, citizens and municipalities.

Co-Design processes for the inclusiveness of Rome's temporary communities / Denaro, Gianni; D'Elia, Luca; Azouzi, Safouan. - (2021), pp. 2667-2678. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Cumulus Roma 2021. Design Culture(s) tenutosi a Roma.

Co-Design processes for the inclusiveness of Rome's temporary communities

Gianni Denaro;Luca D'Elia;Safouan Azouzi
2021

Abstract

Social complexity is placing the role of Design in rethinking sociability in cities at the center of the debate. In contexts such as Rome - where urban communities are formed that share traditions, habits and ideas (Weber, 2005) - there is a need to build a change aimed at inclusion and integration. In fact, although these communities have managed to make some places their own, they still suffer from the lack of favorable environments for social innovation (Manzini, 2015). From 2015 to 2018, the Research investigated this context by putting design good practices in contact with the temporary communities of Rome. Design becomes infrastructure (Morelli and Sbordone, 2018) to support initiatives that have developed products and services through Co-Design and Design Thinking approaches (Liedtka, 2018), resulting in a series of operations that have highlighted the role of Research in Design in connecting universities, citizens and municipalities.
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