“Design for life”. 99 projects for every day

Those who walk everyday through the subway or at least on Barcelona streets, maybe you’ve already noticed that the Design Museum of Barcelona hosts its first temporary exhibition “Design for Living”. This is a big exhibition that shows the design as an act of mediation between different groups. The designer watches and talks with other people, detects a problem and finds a solution. It is a design not as focused on the author as on the user experience. The exhibition includes 99 innovative proposals that want to fight everyday problems and make easier the daily life of the people. Among all the proposals, we can find a project from two teachers of EINA, Daniel Julià and Anna Fuster, who take part in the exhibition with Rodalia.info, a network that offers real-time information on trains that provide service users via Twitter.

Rodalia.info – Photgraphy loaned by the Master in Digital Arts UPF

From February 19th to May 18th

Tuesday and Wednesday 10-20 h
Thursday 15-20 h
Friday 10-15 h

General admission: 4,4 €
Reduced admission: 3 €

More information:
Design Museum of Barcelona | Tel. 93 256 68 00