︎︎︎ selected work in random order 

PastFastForward experimental product research

Tigeraire   commercial product
Design Resurrection    product research 
Endogenesis    editorial writing
MonoCovers    product discursive   
NFT_AI_OMG_WTF   experimental
Areocene    research discursive

Deglobalizer    product research
WeWork,WeShare,WeCare  writing consultancy
Bespoke   experimental product
East Modernism    product discursive
Design Catalyst product research consultancy
Speculative Healthcare  research discursive
Bio-Neorealism  experimental product writing
CircusCollection product research consultancy
GlobalFutures Lab research curatorial writing
Arco Hacking    product discursive
Future Skin     research discursive writing
Fake in Italy    product discursive
Canavese Connexion research curatorial
Design Gang    product commercial
Gringo    product research 
CDMX Observatory research curatorial writing
Open-Up Outdoor    product commercial 
Local Interactions experimental  discursive
DesignxDeath    experimental product
In The Hood    experimental  discursive product

Selected Writings    





Open Design for Makerspaces.

“Downloadable design is a “creative’ common good is, beyond old patents mentality and towards a crowd-sourced products advancement  ”

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In celebration of Enzo Mari’s 1977 DIY project, Autoprogettazione 2.0 was a global open-source furniture design challenge, launched by Domus with FabLab Torino , the selection committee — among others Paola Antonelli (Curator, MoMA NY), Massimo Banzi (Creator of Arduino; FabLab Torino), Joseph Grima (at the time Editor-in-chief, Domus) — has selected seven projects to be displayed at The Future in the Making , in Palazzo Clerici, during the Salone del Mobile 2012. Gringo was one of those projects. This workshop storage structure is a cross between the cowboy saddlebags and the heavy-duty leather tool belt. The design is based on a wooden structure that can be personalized and erected as a wall rack, corner element or functional partition, serving the workspace in both sides and adaptable to individual needs or to the Fab Lab’s space constrains. An array of different functional units that holds tools of all shapes and sizes are hooked onto the simple frame. Each unit can then be lifted off the structure and taken to the workstation, hooked again onto a table or chair, wherever is needed. Cheap pine wood was used for both the structure’s crosspieces (2x4cm) and the uprights (4x4cm). The storage units are made of polished plexiglass , decorated with laser cut engraving and folded with a simple heat gun. The plexiglass is then sanded to remove the shining aspect and giving it a worn look. The project's files and instruction has been uploaded on-line and dowloadable.