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Master in Interaction Design SUPSI Git-Commit Milan design week


SUPSI Master of Advanced Studies in Interaction Design takes part to the exhibition Git-Commit organized by Casa Jasmina in collaboration with OpenDesk within the event and exhibition project at Atelier Clerici in the Fuorisalone 2016 program (Milan Design Week).

Maind program’s students will be involved in a workshop whose results are presented to the public on Friday April 15 (h. 18:30) at Palazzo Clerici.

Held by the designers of Studio Folder, the workshop will focus on new types of interactions and approaches to the future smart home, that will reflow into the Casa Jasmina design process.


Maind workshop at Palazzo Clerici in collaboration with Casa Jasmina and OpenDesk


Public presentation of results: Friday April 15, 2016, h. 18.30


Palazzo Clerici, Via Clerici, 5, 20121 Milano

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More information about the exhibition GIT-COMMIT

GIT-COMMIT, Casa Jasmina’s open-exhibition A shared exhibition to reflect on the house of the future Milano, Palazzo Clerici, 12th-17th April 2016

What about the house of the future?

With this assumption, Genuino, the European brand of team, presents GIT-COMMIT. GIT-COMMIT is an interactive exhibition that attempts to open a dialogue on ideas, expectations and critical issues about the “connected living” of the future. GIT-COMMIT is present on the main floor of Palazzo Clerici and consists of a web interface which communicates with four small thermal printers. Visitors are confronted with four questions on the future home via the web page, and each printer translates their responses in a continual flow chart. To complete the exhibition, on the 14th and 15th of April students from the Masters in Interaction Design at SUPSI, Lugano – under the guidance of Studio Folder – will conduct a workshop to investigate feedback gathered previously from the printers.

GIT-COMMIT is produced by Genuino with the collaboration between Casa Jasmina , the connected and open source apartment of Genuino curated by Bruce Sterling, the Londonears collective of open design opendesk, the Master in Interaction Design of SUPSI of Lugano.

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