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Fabio Barile

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how I built this podcasts for 

innovators, entrepreneurs and idealists

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Fearlessly dream and build new worlds

 

GrilloVasiu left some traces.

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FANTASY

It's the engine towards what we think the future could be, it sets the ground for speculation

Walter Pichler

"Portable living room" 1967

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SYNTHESIS

It's the moment when a vocabulary with a common ground is shaped. We start to create our tools for a clearer vision of the fantasy. A reduction of unnecessary elements for a sharable vision, will define a specific reality for our project.

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The infinite column

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DESIRE

It's the moment where a fantasy starts to have a shape to be defined into something more concrete. in order to desire something it needs to have a shape, a face, it needs to start to exist.

Ancient Egyptian aerial plan of the Temple of Amun

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CRISIS

It's the moment of negotiation, not only with your colleagues and clients but as well with your own principles, desires and ambitions.

They are constraints that we have to be able to transform into qualities and advantages instead of compromises.

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CONFRONTATION

A constant hunger for something new is necessary

Unknown Swiss Artist

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The persistence of the Obvious

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Declaration of independency of a finite universe, where sometimes things are not what they seem. Old and new fragments working together to find a possible way of living.

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The traces of Marco Barbieri.

 
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An Atlas of War and Tourism in the Caucasus

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"Homo Urbanus is a cinematic odyssey offering a vibrant tribute to what we have been most cruelly deprived of: namely, public space.
Taking the form of a free-wheeling journey around the world (10 films, 10 cities), the project invites us to observe in detail the multiple forms and complex interactions that exist every day between people and their urban environments.

Somewhere between visual anthropology and observational cinema, these films put urban man under the microscope and encourage us to take a closer look at individual and collective behaviour, interpersonal dynamics, social tensions, and the economic and political forces that play out every day on the grand stage of the city streets.

These films explore our condition as a human animal and the way in which the city—this artificial environment that we build around us every day like an extension of our contemporary bodies—shapes and conditions us. Yaken on the fly, these visual notes look at urban man not only within his group but also in the depths of his solitude, redesigning the outlines of the city according to a kind of emotional geography. More than mapping out an area, the idea is to allow a city to speak through the ways in which it is used, in order to show the shifting nature of its human landscape and to understand what local singularities remain in the context of the wholesale globalisation of our urban lifestyles. By assembling these different films, this installation looks at cities as unique responses to the global challenge of living together.

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about

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repetition

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Residents of Hong Kong have 2.7 square metres per person of public space, slightly larger than a coffin or a toilet cubicle.

Singapore at half of the size of Hong Kong has 7.4 square metres  of urban public space per capita.

New York, also known for its high land price, has over 10 square metres.

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some traces by Matt Quinn director of Squint/Opera...

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allowing to deliver a content

to build a narrative

COMMUNICATION

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setting up a strategic frame

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How to put many pieces of information together, communicating a lot of complexities to a broad audience?

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Did you know Toyota was actually a looming company at the beginning? 

Read more...

Read this interesting PAPER

about how communication transform the perception of architecture, with the case study of the Seattle Library, by OMA.

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OMA

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BIG 

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"We pull the architect's ideas apart to reassemble them together for the purpose of communication.

We look at it from the audience point of view, which often means REDUCING the amount of information you try to convey down to the most critical elements."

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KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE

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SIDEnote

Just check them out if you don't know them...

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The importance of communication to

improve experience

Build the Narrative first and design the tech around it.

You need to allow people to enter a piece of information from many different levels.

This doesn't mean dumbing everything down, but it means considering HOW audience engage with information and build your communication strategy around it.

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the traces of Tamsin Green 

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Time & Contact

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Widening & Cataloguing

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Developing the process

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Structuring the narrative

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