design for social innovation, santiago, chile
 
design for social innovation, santiago, chile
jul 06, 2008

design for social innovation, santiago, chile

design for social innovation, santiago, chile

in 2007, constanza miranda and julian uggarte, in partnership with the minimo team un techo para chile (non-profit organization) and the design school of pontìficia universidad catòlica de chile, developed a course for fourth year design students. miranda and uggarte who are both product designers, used a design research methodology to develop workshops which focused on graphic and industrial products. the brief they delivered was to develop lifestyle products for a poor neighbourhood outside of santiago called villa padre hurtado. students developed solutions which responded to chile’s economic environment, aiming to improve the quality

of life for individuals living in poverty.

design for social innovation, santiago, chile repisa pack by maite otondo is a packaging design which transforms into a modular shelving system.

design for social innovation, santiago, chile repisa pack by maite otondo

design for social innovation, santiago, chile mochila omenta by marten bergstorm is a backpack which also functions as a desktop for school children.

design for social innovation, santiago, chile mochila omenta by marten bergstorm

  • ¿y donde está el diseño social?
    ¿where is the social design?

    daniel llach

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