Social Media for engaging teaching:Urban Exhibition Design Lab Blog

In 2008-2009 we set up an Open Source Blog Class at First School of Architecture in Rome. A tool for students, teachers and tutors to foster exchanges, collaborations, critics for the the creative production in the field of architecture and exhibition design.

Dear reader, welcome to our Urban Exhibition Design Lab, which is a teaching experiment driven at First School of Architecture “Ludovico Quaroni” at Roma “La Sapienza” Univerity. This web site documents the design activity of a specialization class in Exhibition Design at last year of Scenography, Exhibition and Interior Design course. To know more about the Lab and how to use this site, which is in the shape of a blog,  you can follow reading our FAQ page.  Also you can start having a look the slideshows above or you can choose a post category in the menu bar. But for a more cross-fertilizing experience we suggest to also to try the Tags Cloud beside: posts belonged to different categories will appear clustered on the fly by the keyword clicked. Enjoy!

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UNPACKED is an agile and fresh Office supporting a wide range of creative activities. Mainly is a common ground for speculations over cross-fertilizing projects involving diverse disciplines including art, architecture, urban planning, photography, design, business innovation, teaching, communication and more.

UNPACKED unveils the opportunities hidden into the folds of obvious and banal, through architectures, installations, exhibitions, performances, workshops, various experiments of communication and relational design, instant and spontaneous playgrounds, experments inbetween digital and analog.

The office based in Rome started in January 2005 thanks to the Young Entrepreneurs European funds “Sviluppo Italia” and is currently driven by Daniele Mancini and Irene Rinaldi, both architects and educators