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September 27th, A lunch hour seminar 12-13 with Claudio Dell'Era from Politecnico di Milano about Italian Radical Circles

News: Sep 12, 2016

 Place: Handelshögskolan/School of Business, Economics and Law, Vasagatan 1, Room B32.
Free of charge, but limited number of seats so registration is needed not later than 23 Sep: info@adasweden.se (no lunch served) 







Italy is famous for its design and food, but also for its radical innovations that go against the dominant thinking in the design and food industries. Memphis was a philosophy that rebelled against the Modern Movement of functionalism in the beginning of the 1980s and Slow Food against the fast food industry in late 1980s. These Radical circles are restricted groups of individuals that collaborate beyond formal organizational structures and by challenging one another to draft a vision in clear contrast to the dominant rules of their industries. Claudio Dell’Era, professor at Politecnico in Milan, and his colleagues have studied these movements and he will at this seminar share their findings and how these movements have an impact on today’s Italian furniture and food industry.


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