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Idea by

Andrea de Chirico

http://www.super-local.org

Bennekelstraat 17, Eindhoven, Netherlands
Andrea is born in 1990. He starts a BA in Industrial Design at ISIA in 2011. Then, in 2013, he starts a MA in Social Design at Design Academy Eindhoven. He gets the diploma in 2015 with a project called SUPERLOCAL, 0 miles production. The project clearly shows where Andrea wants to stand as a designer. Always seeking for collaborations, he designs new production scenarios for daily life objects. Making things locally is the most logical and fun, while beauty is his catalyst of change.

Superlocal


0 miles production

Superlocal


0 miles production
The city becomes a factory of daily life goods, and its infrastructure a conveyor belt.

SUPERLOCAL, 0 miles production is a system to produce daily life objects on a locla base. It rethinks the city as a place to produce goods. Local supply chains are designed to connect resources, materials and labor all found within a short bike ride, in order to make everyday objects: an hair dryer, a dressing table, a mirror, a lamp and a stool (production 1.0). Production goes back to the city and its infrastructure becomes the conveyor belt of this new way of producing. Even the city signs could tell you about production and encourage the people to make the objects they need on their own.



production signs

Underground production map

table 1.0

production set 1.0

mirror 1.0

Superlocal


0 miles production

Superlocal


0 miles production
The city becomes a factory of daily life goods, and its infrastructure a conveyor belt.

SUPERLOCAL, 0 miles production is a system to produce daily life objects on a locla base. It rethinks the city as a place to produce goods. Local supply chains are designed to connect resources, materials and labor all found within a short bike ride, in order to make everyday objects: an hair dryer, a dressing table, a mirror, a lamp and a stool (production 1.0). Production goes back to the city and its infrastructure becomes the conveyor belt of this new way of producing. Even the city signs could tell you about production and encourage the people to make the objects they need on their own.



production signs

Underground production map

table 1.0

production set 1.0

mirror 1.0


Idea by

Andrea de Chirico
Bennekelstraat 17
Eindhoven
Netherlands
Andrea is born in 1990. He starts a BA in Industrial Design at ISIA in 2011. Then, in 2013, he starts a MA in Social Design at Design Academy Eindhoven. He gets the diploma in 2015 with a project called SUPERLOCAL, 0 miles production. The project clearly shows where Andrea wants to stand as a designer. Always seeking for collaborations, he designs new production scenarios for daily life objects. Making things locally is the most logical and fun, while beauty is his catalyst of change.