Gabriele Toneguzzi

Come si mangia in treno? panorami austro-ungheresi: Railjet bistro


Railjet Bistro in Budapest

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Come si mangia in treno? Seconda parte: video

Come si mangia in treno?
Il vostro collega, Jacopo Rangoni, propone questa valida analisi sui vari modi di cibarsi a bordo treno
in questo secondo post potrete farvi un’idea tramite dei video, soprattutto delle usanze giapponesi, nel primo post troverete delle suggestioni fotografiche, mentre nel terzo post potrete farvi un’idea tramite delle opinioni altrui

illustrazione generale di un treno proiettile giapponese e del modo di pranzare a bordo

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Come si mangia in treno? prima parte: immagini

Come si mangia in treno?
Il vostro collega, Jacopo Rangoni propone questa valida analisi sui vari modi di cibarsi a bordo treno
in questo primo post potrete farvi un’idea con delle foto nel secondo post, i video, terzo post, le opinioni


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Yesterday three of my students of University of Florence published and sold our iPhone app

Yesterday three of my students of University of Florence published and sold our iPhone app
iPlay futsal was set up by Francesco Brogi, Massimo Chirico and Michele Maffucci, during my course of telematics and home automation at the University of Florence, undergraduate degree in Industrial Design programme, Academic Year 2008-2009. Many compliments !!!

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Two of my students are among the winners of the Bombardier YouRail design competition

Federica Mucci and Roberto Tino are among the winners (4th-10th Prize) whit their Railway Hotel Car. Many compliments, and special thanks to Mr. Evaristo Primcipe !!!


ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE WINNERS

”An innovative design for long and over- night rail travels!„

Chris Antonopoulos (Vice President Sales, Bombardier Transportation)

Jury statement
Railway Hotel Car shows us that trains and comfortable hotels can be easily combined to an innovative design especially attractive for long and over-night rail travelers. The duplex concept of a two storey apartment is a very interesting re-use of serviceable rail vehicles. Sensitive to the recycling of used train cars, the designer proposed a simple but unique “Nomadic Hotel” concept with private and compact, yet “open feel” spaces. Although the sleeping quarters lost some ground to the increasingly fast pace commuting flights between distant cities, this approach could suggest a new traveling fashion promoting the discovery of various cities in few defined stops, in a similar approach as the cruise boats touring the seas… An idea with great potential.

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Published: gabriele toneguzzi scritti scelti 2006-2009

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Cold War Modern Design 1945-70 The lost identity of an exhibition?

Nixon_Khrushchev_kitchen_debate

Nixon and Khrushchev into kitchen debate, American Expo, Moscow, 1959

La Guerra Fredda - Cold War. Arte e design in un mondo diviso. 1945-1970

Mart (Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Trento and Rovereto)

Rovereto, 28 March to 26 July 2009

(Cold War Modern. Design 1945-1970, Victoria & Albert Museum

London, 25 September 2008 to 11 January 2009)

review by Maddalena Dalla Mura and Gabriele Toneguzzi

After being on show at the Victoria and Albert Museum where it was originally produced, the exhibition Cold War Modern. Design 1945-1970 was hosted at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Trento and Rovereto, in Italy. Comparing the display in the two venues raises some considerations on how the content and meanings of the exhibition were developed.(1) (more…)

This entry was written by gt, posted on 15 September 2009 at 17:20, filed under Articoli/scritti, Industrial design, Musei, Riviste, Storia, Territorio. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.

Vehicle Design Summit

Vds goal
Vds goal

La filosofia di condivisione della conoscenza alla base dell’open source forgiata da pionieri come Richard Stallman sta ulteriormente allargando il raggio d’azione. Dopo aver costruito solide radici in campo software con progetti rilevanti d’altissima qualità fra cui «Linux», celebre sistema operativo, oppure «Openoffice», suite di produttività da ufficio, dopo essersi allargata a testi, immagini, audio-video con la formula dell’open content, per l’open source sembra sia giunto il momento di affrontare un particolare settore dell’hardware: l’automobile, partendo apparentemente al contrario, ovverosia dai paesi meno motorizzati, quelli in via di sviluppo.

Generalmente, fino ad ora, il ciclo di vita di un modello d’automobile prevedeva al momento della cessazione della vendita sul mercato principale la dismissione della catena di montaggio ed il trasferimento della produzione in altri paesi in nome di logiche profittuali da mercato residuale. È quello che, ad esempio, è successo nel 1967 in India, anno in cui s’è iniziata la produzione della fortunata «Premier Padmini», altrimenti nota come «Fiat 1100», la cui fabbricazione è continuata sino al 2000. Oggi questa posizione, pur essendo economicamente replicabile, almeno pensando al profitto immediato, risulta difficilmente sostenibile: grandi paesi come l’India o la Cina, verosimilmente all’alba dell’avvento della motorizzazione di massa potrebbero, fra l’altro - come già succede nel settore della produzione dell’energia -, acuire gli scompensi climatici sia a livello locale che globale. (more…)

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