Socially integrated design: new ideas for traditional spaces

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Formula gallery, Loft Project ETAGI, Ligovskiy pr., 74
22.10.2013 - 12:00
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Architects, designers, sociologists and education specialists from Denmark, Sweden and Russia will present their projects aimed at transform of traditional school spaces, libraries, museums and other public institutions. The conference will discuss the trends of contemporary architecture and design. TOK will present its new publication, which is a collection of theoretical articles on socially integrated  design and the project ideas of international experts to update one of the schools of St. Petersburg.

Socially integrated design: new ideas for traditional spaces

October 22, 2013

Loft Project ETAGI, St Petersburg



12.00 -12.15

Opening speech of the conference organizers - The Creative Association of Curators TOK

Socially integrated design in Nordic Countries

12.15 -13.45

Collaboration design, the path for prosperity

Fernanda Torre, Portugal/Sweden


Improving learning environments in public schools in Denmark

Per Christensen, Denmark

Successful cases of socially integrated design in Russia and its application

13.45 – 14.15

About Design Platform, creative and sociological aspects of theproject. Presentation of project publication.

Anna Bitkina, Maria Veits, TOK, Russia

14.15 – 14.45 Coffee break

Cafe 'Green Room', Loft Project ETAGI, 3rd floor


14.45 – 15.15

Presentations of design projects by participants of Design PlatformVasilina Schetkina, Nerpa (Alexandra Getmanskaya and Natalia Parsadanova ), Djenni Yasnets , Yegor Bogomolov, Mikhail Komarov , Bjorn Kowalski - Hansen, Rasmus Jorgensen and Ebba Hogstrom


Stimulating model of the educational environment of the school № 550 "ORT -Ginzburg ", St. Petersburg

Grigoriy Vodopian, Elena Sprygina, Djenni Yasnets, Russia


What is Fablab? intelligent technology for educational purposes

Igor Asonov, Fablab, Russia

16.15 – 16.45

Communicating art through the fingertips

Anna Kholina, Center for Design and Urbanism Make It, Russia

16.45 - 17.15 Q&A