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Map of food distribution itineraries in New York. Picture taken from the "Five Borough Food Flow" study.

Food flows in New York

How the largest food distribution system in the US works
Illustration of Anna Resmini

Frugal innovation: do more with less

The redesign of the assets we already know
The lantern of Autogrill Villoresi Est

Autogrill Villoresi Est, motorway services of the third millennium

The design of rest areas to promote the travel experience
Labourers at work

Water facility

Planning and management of water in Tanzania
Opendot is a FabLab, a space for innovation, research and experimentation, open and accessible to all

The contribution of Industry 4.0 to the Sharing Cities project

The approach and projects of the Municipality of Milan
Graphic elaboration showing the traces of the Romanisation of the area to the north of Padua

European High Speed corridors in Roman times

The road network of ancient Rome – an example for today’s designers
Illustration of Davide Longaretti

The new geography of knowledge

The innovative vivacity of the suburbs
Naples Underground, University station; Karim Rashid, light box, 2010

The effects of the travel experience on mobility choices

New planning of transport systems
Viaduct over Corso Argentina, Padua

The complexity of the context

A discussion between designers
ferrovia-delle-dolomiti-apertura

Bolzano to Cortina by train

The new project that respects and enhances the heart of the Dolomites
High Speed Station (Reggio Emilia) - iStock

High Speed changes geography

A reflection on the Italian experience
Doha Underground Station, Red Line, 3D Revit Frame

Flows 2.0

New ways of designing infrastructure
Graphic elaboration of a map of Livorno, from a 1650 collection (David Rumsey Map Collection)

Flows in 1000 AD

The birth of the modern city
Illustration of Beppe Giacobbe

Flows. Modelling mobility

The search for a common language
Illustration of Anna Resmini

The search for inclusion

The identity project for Area C Milan
Graphic representation from Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Children’s Games, 1560

Filiis Amicis Civibus

Open the doors to everyone