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MaDe Participant
Name

Alice Casiraghi

Material
Get Ri(n)d
Nationality
Italian
Classification
Recovery
Workshop
Milan
Category
Industry
Profile

Alice Casiraghi is an Italian user experience designer floating between Shanghai, Singapore and Milan. She designs, writes, researches and consults. She recently founded her design company Correnti Studio in Singapore and with Future Urban Living project she explores the ways of applying systemic design thinking methods to business structures for the Circular Economy.

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Project Information
Material Qualities
Color: depends on filler
Soft / hard: Hard
Shiny / matt: Matt
Smells: organic, depends on filler
Texture: grainy
Others: bumpy
Material Recipe
rice flour (1 glass)
corn flour (1 spoon)
water (4 glasses)
vinegar (1 spoon)
filler: orange peel, herbs, nuts shell… [waste from ice cream production]
Material Application
Cups for ice cream, potentially glasses for fruit juice and smoothies, if rendered water proof. Cups for dry snacks in bars, for take away food and food tasting at events.
Material Narrative
It comes from the reuse of the ice cream ingredients waste. It is interesting to understand what kind of waste can be reused among fruit peels, rinds, shells and herbs straws…
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MaDe, a project co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of The European Union, aims at boosting talents towards circular economies across Europe partnering with design and cultural institutions, Elisava, Ma-tt-er and Politecnico di Milano. If you are living in Italy, the UK or Spain please apply to the MaDe workshops in the relevant cities.

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