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subject LeNS Student Design Competition 2009-2010

competition entry

Resource Bank contributors Pamela Caspani, Peter Debreczeni, & Joslyn Sneddon Sustainable Design for Sustainability / Prof. Carlo Vezzoli & Dr. Fabrizio Ceschin Faculty of Design, Politecnico di Milano University / Italy


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Satisfaction Offering Diagram:

1 Pamela Caspani pamcaspani@hotmail.com Peter Debreczeni lukeves@freemail.hu Joslyn Sneddon joslynsneddon@gmail.com


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Concept Text Synthesis: Resource Bank concept statement A Resource Bank System in the KMITL campus aims to involve students in reducing natural resource consumption and improving the sustainability of the Architectural faculty’s canteen. The Resource Bank System is designed on a ‘give and gain’ basis where resources are generated, traded, or reused to maximize utilization and minimize wastage. In the Resource Bank is a system, resources are deposited and withdrawn between three stakeholders – the student, the canteen, and the farmer. The students have 4 methods by which they can create/ contribute to resources • Physical generation of power through exercise bikes which can be used to power fridges and appliances; • Daily voting on menu items for better indication of required pre-cooked quantities to lessen food-waste and gas usage; • Donation of organic waste to be traded with farmers for cow manure, which is converted into electricity and gas to power the kitchen; and • Re-use of take-away containers to reduce resource depletion from manufacture and landfill from waste. The Resource Bank uses an incentive system where students are rewarded for participation in the program. They receive monetary credit for each unit of organic waste donated, kilometer cycled, take-away container re-used, and vote contributed. Students then use this credit for discounts on meals. Consequently, if the students don’t contribute, the kitchen cannot function thus the stress is shifted from depleting resources to the students’ ability to provide alternate resources.

2 Pamela Caspani pamcaspani@hotmail.com Peter Debreczeni lukeves@freemail.hu Joslyn Sneddon joslynsneddon@gmail.com


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Interaction Storyboard:

3 Pamela Caspani pamcaspani@hotmail.com Peter Debreczeni lukeves@freemail.hu Joslyn Sneddon joslynsneddon@gmail.com


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Interaction Storyboard:

4 Pamela Caspani pamcaspani@hotmail.com Peter Debreczeni lukeves@freemail.hu Joslyn Sneddon joslynsneddon@gmail.com


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Stakeholders’ System Map:

5 Pamela Caspani pamcaspani@hotmail.com Peter Debreczeni lukeves@freemail.hu Joslyn Sneddon joslynsneddon@gmail.com


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… STUDENTS DONATE ORGANIC WASTE FROM HOME OR UNI TO BE TRADED FOR MANURE TO BE CONVERTED INTO GAS AND POWER …STUDENTS RECEIVE CREDIT FOR MEALS AS REWARD

STUDENTS ARE BEING SMART & INVOLVED

6 Pamela Caspani pamcaspani@hotmail.com Peter Debreczeni lukeves@freemail.hu Joslyn Sneddon joslynsneddon@gmail.com


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Rendering of the concept’s evidences: … STUDENTS CAN VOLUNTEER TO DELIVER COMPOST BY BICYCLE

COMPOST

… STUDENTS CAN GENERATE ENERGY BY CYCLING … STUDENTS RECEIVE CREDIT FOR MEALS AS REWARD DELIVERY ENERGY

7 Pamela Caspani pamcaspani@hotmail.com Peter Debreczeni lukeves@freemail.hu Joslyn Sneddon joslynsneddon@gmail.com


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Placement in the campus map:

8 Pamela Caspani pamcaspani@hotmail.com Peter Debreczeni lukeves@freemail.hu Joslyn Sneddon joslynsneddon@gmail.com


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Environmental Radar Diagram:

9 Pamela Caspani pamcaspani@hotmail.com Peter Debreczeni lukeves@freemail.hu Joslyn Sneddon joslynsneddon@gmail.com


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Socio-ethical Radar Diagram:

10 Pamela Caspani pamcaspani@hotmail.com Peter Debreczeni lukeves@freemail.hu Joslyn Sneddon joslynsneddon@gmail.com


Service System Design for Sustainability