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Ricerca sul campo

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In 2015 we designed a new exhibition in the Trento Science Museum, MUSE, in collaboration with Gaston Pisoni. The exhibition had the same curatorial concept of “Innovare in Trentino”, featuring a group of innovative research projects by local companies and research centres. It was focused on the theme of Agriculture and Food, in connection with Expo, the Universal Exposition held in Milan at the same time on the same topic. The exhibition name was “Ricerca sul Campo, innovazione trentina in ambito agri-food”, which traslates “Research on the Field, innovation in Trento Area on agri-food”. As in 2013, we wanted to have a strong structural element to unify the diverse projects: the concept was to achieve a synthesis between a table, a field and the mountains of the region. We worked closely with each company to find the best way to display their projects: with some of them we found a multimedia solution (a touch screen video game for Bring the Food, a screen quiz, for Cavit and Fem project) for others a more analogical solution.  
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Yumchaa Kings Cross

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Yumchaa opened their fifth shop inside the newly renovated UAL Central Saint Martin building behind Kings Cross St Pancras Stations. This was a challenging design project with restricted space. Our aim was to maintain the cosy feel of the other shops in the cold environment of a glass box. We designed a small, bespoke counter, which despite its size, maintained full functionality. Other elements include a bench to separate the service area from the tables, and vinyls on the window to give a sense of retro comfort.
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Innovare in Trentino

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In 2013 a new Science Museum, Muse, opened in Trento, Italy. The architectural project was curated by Renzo Piano and the brand identity by Pentagram. For its opening, the MUSE organised an exhibition about innovating projects of Trento’s area. We have been called to design it in collaboration with Gaston Pisoni. The projects on display were highly heterogeneous, so we set out to identify a strong design element to unify them. We created an “innovation spine”, a cardboard and canvas structure around which two rows of tables were aligned to display the products with their respective infographics.
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Yumchaa Camden Lock

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The Camden Lock Shop was the first shop opened by Yumchaa. In 2013, as they expanded it, we redesigned the shop. We moved the counter creating a cosy area to drink and chat. We also designed the signage and a bespoke pattern to go over a mirror.
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