The 'Coffee Network' is a coffee tray moved from a room to an other so people from different projects can communicate by writing messages on the mugs.
The 'Coffee Network'
The 'Transparent Walls' are fake windows on the wall and cracks on the ground. The idea is to reveal what is happening behind the walls in different rooms and raise awareness of the different activities that take place in the building.
'Cracks' on the ground and ceiling as part of 'Transparent Walls'
The 'Window Panel' is a proposition to write and draw on the windows in the entrance to claim the space and show the community feeling to newcomers.
'Window Panel'
The 'Lunchtime Ritual' is an invitation to meet during lunch time once a week and watch videos together.
The 'Workshop' with people working at STPLN enabled exchange of ideas an thoughts between the different project organisers.
?Finally, we summarised all our ethnographic researches - interviews, observations, etc-, as well as the workshop report, and delivered it to STPLN along with our suggestions for further improvements and interventions .
Interventions - STPLN | Social Innovation

Interventions - STPLN
Team members: Lisa Rauch, Dennis Bücker, Judit Komáromi Haque
Connecting the users of a house of projects.

We worked with STPLN, an open house for people with creative ideas/projects and a makerspace in Malmö, as part of the Design and Social Innovation course. After a deep ethnographic study, we decided to work on how visitors know what projects are present in the building (awareness), how to find them (navigation) and feel part of it (ownership). Connecting the users of a house of projects.

To address these challenges and enhance the vision of STPLN as a community, two methods were used. We built a workshop so people working at STPLN could map together a global and shared vision of the projects inside the house and their relationships. We also designed the interventions below to enhance awareness, navigation and ownership of the visitors.

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Judit Komaromi
Graphic & Interaction Designer Malmö, Sweden