We are pleased to present an outstanding project, realised through the unwavering passion and collaborative efforts of our students on the Masters in Interior Design, Industrial Design and the One Year Course in Interior and Product Design.
The recent conclusion of a highly anticipated competition, organized by SPD Scuola Politecnica di Design and focused on the redesign of the school’s relaxation areas, stands as a testament to the remarkable achievement of the participants.
The victorious team, consisting of members Soha Asim, Elissa Samaha, Minh Nguyen, Violette Arnaud, Sacha Samaha, and Karen Tannous, has presented an innovative project called ‘Innocenti Area.’ Drawing inspiration from Italian vineyard culture, this work seamlessly integrates functionality with aesthetic appeal.
The ‘Innocenti Area’ encompasses a dual-part relaxation zone catering to diverse user needs: the first section is designated for events, socializing, relaxation, and coffee breaks. It offers an inviting space intended to become a popular destination for both students and faculty members. The second section of the zone prioritizes social interaction, providing dedicated spaces for work, dining, and unwinding. This adaptable and versatile space has been thoughtfully designed to accommodate the requirements of the various users.
We would like to thank all the students of the Masters in Interior Design and Industrial Design and the One-Year Course in Interior and Product Design for their involvement in this competition. We look forward to the realisation of the ‘Innocenti Area’, convinced that it will be an iconic landmark on our campus, a symbol of our students’ creativity and ingenuity.