Furniture Remade: ESAD students rehabilitate furniture for solidarity
Paolo Deganello, one of the great personalities of the culture of design and architecture in Italy, guides the Furniture Remade workshop, within the scope of the Master in Interior Design at ESAD. The workshop focuses on the rehabilitation of pieces of furniture, supplied by Maiambiente, which will be exhibited in a solidarity auction. The money raised will be given to a number of associations.
🗓️ 02 – 05.05.2023
📍 ESAD, Matosinhos
The Furniture Remade workshop, guided by Paolo Deganello, one of the great personalities of design culture in Italy, arises from a partnership with Maiambiente, which provides a set of more than 50 pieces of furniture that are useless for rehabilitation.
1st year Students of the Master in Interior Design at ESAD will reimagine these pieces, from the 2nd to the 5th of May, in a reuse and rehabilitation project with a social purpose. The rehabilitated pieces will then be exhibited in a solidarity auction and the money raised will be given to a number of associations.
Born in 1940, Paolo Deganello studied Architecture at the University of Florence. He is an invited professor at the Master in Interior Design at ESAD since 2010 and is responsible for the research unit in Architecture and Sustainable Living.
Paolo Deganello also presents the conference As Razões do Meu Projeto Radical, on May 4th, at 3 pm, in the ESAD auditorium. Admission is free!
Organization: ESAD / Coordenation: Maria Milano, Eleonora Fedi
+ INFO: Rita Carvalho
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