The Polito Innovation Design Lab is a University laboratory created to research and promotes initiatives that help to reach innovative project and broaden the culture of sustainable innovation. The mission of the lab is to manage, coordinate and carry out research projects about products, services or models able to meet real needs of people with a regards to territorial potential perspectives of technology, environment, economics, culture and social sciences. In this paper is presented the Innovation Design For Food (IDF) case study. The innovation challenges faced in this project aimed to redefine, reshape and produce social, economic and environment impacts and effects with a sustainable perspective in the different district of the city using the food as an enabling factor. The final scope of the project was to train and experiment the ability of sustainable design process to enhance a special context or territory, starting from the resources currently present in it. The paper presented is divided in two sections, the first go through an introduction and an explanation of the methodology and the design process adopted to achieve the results presented in the second section of the paper.
POLITO INNOVATION DESIGN LAB: THE CASE STUDY OF INNOVATION DESIGN FOR FOOD / Gaiardo, Andrea; Remondino, Chiara Lorenza; Stabellini, Barbara; Tamborrini, Paolo Marco. - In: NEWDIST. - ISSN 2283-8791. - NewDist - SBE16 Towards Post-Carbon Cities | 1(2016), pp. 55-63.
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