Lorenzo Davoli

PRESENCE AND PARTICIPATION IN THE TRANSFORMATION OF INDUSTRIAL INFRASTRUCTURES
November 26th at 13:00-15:00

Lorenzo obtained his  MS in Industrial Design at the Politecnico di Milano, where he developed his master thesis within the Design Innovation for Sustainability research unit. Afterwards he spent some time in the United States working at MIT as a research assistant for the Vehicle Design Summit and collaborating with the Senseable City Lab “Trash Track” Project. More recently he was an intern with the Mobility and Energy Efficiency Team at the Rocky Mountain Institute in Boulder, Colorado.

He is currently PhD candidate at the Umeå Institute of Design where he is researching how industrial infrastructures can become more responsive, by and through design, to support local communities, distributed forms of production and service oriented business models.