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The Project

A selected group of students and faculty members from the NABA MA-degree program in interior design teamed up to respond to a challenging request: envisioning a new concept of Innovation Hub for the italian branch of a multinational global company that operates in the field of business intelligence and data analysis.

Area: Design
Courses: Interior Design
Campus: NABA Milan
Collaboration: Sas

Project Leaders

Luca Poncellini
Design and Applied Arts Department Head
Design and Applied Arts Department Head
Luca Poncellini
<p><strong>Design and Applied Arts Department Head</strong></p> <p>Luca Poncellini is an architect and a designer with a PhD in the History of Architecture and City Planning. As a partner in the architecture office Cliostraat until 2009, he has curated projects and has lectured in Italy and in several countries throughout the world. His works have been exhibited at the Venice Biennale, at the Van Alen Institute in New York, at ETH in Z&uuml;rich, at MAGA in Gallarate and at Triennale Milano. In 2008 he co-curated the retrospective exhibition Laszlo Hudec, in collaboration with the Hungarian Consulate in Shanghai. Since 2013 he has been the Course Leader of the MA in Interior Design. Between 2015 and 2019 directed the research lab and the project C-Park. Since 2019 he has been Design and Applied Arts Department Head.</p>
Emanuele Lomello
Bachelor of Arts in Creative Technologies Course Leader
Bachelor of Arts in Creative Technologies Course Leader
Emanuele Lomello
<p>He grounds his own training in the field of the performing media arts, &nbsp;as an actor first, as a video-set designer and light designer then. As a creative technologist and interaction designer, since 2007 he has developed interactive exhibits for museums, events and live performances. His works have been exhibited in Italy, Japan, China, Russia, France, Germany. As a technological consultant for&nbsp; public institutions and private studios, he works as a hardware and software developer and he is also NABA lecturer and Course Leader. He has based his research on the Human computer interaction and investigates the most recent possibilities of the digital technology to explore new fields of knowledge and art.</p>
Guido Bianchi
Project Leader
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Students involved

Xiang Chen, Anastasiia Loboda, Evgenia Mezhebetckaia, Kanyuma Prachasilchai, Giulia Zorzella, José Raul Zuleta

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