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"The Social Designers: design for real needs" Exhibitors 5

Born in Nagoya in 1976. After graduating from Nagoya Zokei University of Art & Design in industrial design, Kuze joined Nagoya TV. Currently he is responsible for the film production of news programmes and documentaries.

Kosuke Kuze

“The Challenges of Shino: a record of 365 days of a handicapped chimpanzee”
(broadcasted in January 2004)
This is a documentary portraying the 365 days of Shino, a chimpanzee who had been surviving on her own with the right half of her body handicapped, until she was accepted into the herd of other chimpanzees. The plight of Shino struggling to assimilate into her community is a reflection of the current state of our society. By encountering various people through news production and reporting, I have witnessed the brightest moments of their lives and its opposites as well. Television is a media that conveys only a part of what is actually happening. This fact forces me to cope with how I could best frame and communicate these moments earnestly to the audience; because I believe that I can cast something, even if it were small, to our society through these images.
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Lecturer at Tama Art University. Designer. At Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Industrial Design Center, he designs products such as personal computer associated equipment, audio visual equipment, cell phones, air conditioners, cookers, and household electrical appliances, as well as interfaces for car navigators, car audio systems, and machine tools. He discovers the mechanisms of society and communication through plain and user-friendly design for sustaining society and daily life, and put them into practice in design education as experiential learning like workshops. For him, designing after learning the mechanism of things is important, in addition to organizing and expressing information, and the contents.

Hideki Yano

MITSUBISHI Numerical Controller: MITSUBISHI CNC 700 Series
He designed the operational interface screen for machine tools that make parts and molds to support daily product and society. Professionals can operate and handle the processing machinery safely and freely. In addition, he incorporated both beginner-friendly display and experienced users’ current operational flow into his design, in order to facilitate the training of successors as one of the challenges in the field.
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1990 Bachelor of Fine Arts in Electronic Media, Chicago USA
1990-2000 Graphic Design, Tokyo Japan
2002 Masters of Design in Human-centered Communication Design, Institute of Design IIT, Chicago, USA
2003- Design Strategy, GravityTank, Chicago, USA

Good design begins with a humanistic, emphatic look at a problem space and an imagination of its after-state, a good understanding of both ‘before’ and ‘after’. I am more apt to start a design project with a camera and notebook studying people’s behavior as with a sketchbook and computer. And my passion for experimenting with typography and pattern is more likely to take a back seat to communicating clearly and simply.

Robert Zolna

Great Lakes in My World, a grade school science activity planner
In 2003, The Alliance for the Great Lakes, a non-profit environmental organization, received funding to develop a education program to promote appreciation and conservation of the Great Lakes, the world’s largest body of fresh water lakes.
Restored in the 1990’s after decades of pollution and neglect, the Alliance wanted to develop a curriculum to educate a new generation of Midwesterners on the successful renewal efforts.
Their approach was to develop educational activities that would teach science fundamentals normally taught in the abstract, but this time specifically using the Lakes as examples. Through these activity-based lessons the Lakes and their environs would be turned into living classrooms fostering a better understanding of these remarkable bodies of water to a new generation.
A team of writers, teachers, designers and illustrators began the project from an educator’s point of view. Teachers were observed in the classroom preparing, lecturing and grading their students. The insights directly informed the content and design of the book, resulting in a concise, user-friendly planner, CD and set of activity cards.
Response to the program has been positive and the book is going into its second printing.
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born in Vienna, Austria 1971
1999 graduated in Architecture at the technical university of Innsbruck, Austria
2000 –2002 Rome, Italy (studio M. Fuksas, A. Aymonino)
2003 Vienna (Pool Architects)
2004 own office in Vienna, together with Y. Haberlandt
Visions for my architecture
-stimulate the being together of people, fight against anonymity and indifference
-exclude nobody
-take care of nature and energy resources
-make the user feel good, happy and animated
-be aware of the responsibility for each project
-flexible point of view
-network and interdisciplinary working
-provide good and innovative architecture also with mini-budgets

Julia Lindenthal

Project Gaudenzdorfer Gürtel
by Nina Baniahmad, Christian Deschka, Sandra Häuplik, Verena Holzgethan, Julia Lindenthal, Jörg Lonkwitz, Eva Radlherr, Marta Rego, Tatia Skhirtladze, Rüdiger Suppin, Elena Valcheva, Director of New Crowned Hope and Project Studio: Peter Sellars, Project Managers: Bärbel Müller, Hannes Stiefel in cooperation with Studio Prix, Institute of Architecture of Applied Arts, Vienna An architecture project with very high social demands in course of the "New Crowned Hope" Festival. For details please refer to Rudiger Suppin.
Project Urban Oasis
Together with Ylva Haberlandt5 spacious apartments in the city center of Bruck / Leitha, Lower Austria-each different for different requirements, -low energy house, -give back the site as much nature as possible, -courtyard typology becomes an oasis, rooftops become terraces, -accessibility via a planted green alley instead of closed staircases, -this allows a gentle fading from private spaces to public space, stimulates social communication and recreation of the residents Project state: executive planning, construction phase starts in 2007
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Born 01.04.1978 in Vienna
Rüdiger Suppin studies architecture at the academy of fine arts in Vienna, Austria.
architecture in a field of networking society and cultural transpositions needs new strategies to proceed in sustainable way. new processes of production have to be proposed and further developed, concerning the participation of different “players” in society.
programmatic and infrastructural interventions are currently the point of departure in his work.

Rüdiger Suppin

Project Gaudenzdorfer Gürtel
-In course of the “New Crowned Hope” Festival an interdisciplinary group developed a long-term master plan dealing with social thematic, to be realized in the city Vienna.
-programmatic development in cooperation with local social institutions
-ao. bridge with multiple embedded functions
-to serve essential needs such as food and medical care, education and communication, culture and leisure activities;
-it should attract all users of public space - especially socially marginalized groups For collaborators, please refer to Julia Lindenthal.
“T(h)echo en Mexico” Mexico 2004
with Dominik Brandis, Jp Bolivar, Giulio Polita, Alexander Matl, Florian Schafschetzy, Rüdiger Suppin, Rupert Zallmann, “Instituto Tonantzin Tlalli” (ITT) and the University for Applied Arts.Vienna - Studio Prix.(UAK), Project management: Bärbel Müller In Oaxaca, Mexico a 10 ha permacultural project was founded by the ITT with the aim to regenerate the local social and agricultural conditions. Searching for an expression of elementary as well experimental architecture, the design and production process was strongly influenced by cultural interaction and local materials.
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