Design Centers

  1. Fabrica


    Fabrica is Benetton's communication research center, created in 1994 from Benetton's cultural heritage. With the completion of the vast architectural complex which houses it, just outside Treviso, restored and expanded by the Japanese architect Tadao Ando, Fabrica is currently enjoying a period of flourishing activity, positioning itself as a multicultural, international entity.

  2. Service Design Network

    Service Design Network

The Service Design Network is the global centre for recognizing and promoting excellence in the field of service design. Through national and international events, online and print publications, and coordination with academic institutions, the network connects multiple disciplines within agencies, business, and government to strengthen the impact of service design both in the public and private sector.

  3. A/D/O


    A/D/O is a creative space in Greenpoint, Brooklyn dedicated to expanding the reach of design.

  4. Storefront for Community Design

    Storefront for Community Design

    Storefront for Community Design is a non-profit design center in the center of Richmond, Virginia. We operate three main community-based program branches: Youth Empowerment, Affordable Design Assistance, and Community Advocacy.

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    Center for Public Interest Design

    Center for Public Interest Design is a research center that aims to investigate and utilize the power of design to make social, economic and environmental change in disadvantaged communities worldwide. Portland, OR, United States
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    Casco was founded in 1990 in Utrecht, the Netherlands, as a platform for experimental art. Since 1996, Casco has developed a critical programme that explores art in the public realm, questioning the relation between art and its physical, social and political environment.

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    Design Center at Philadelphia University

    The Design Center at Philadelphia University is the rare institution solely devoted to design, showing us just how design shapes everyday life. Through its presentation of gallery exhibitions, enrichment programs, lectures and special events, the center reflects Philadelphia University's extensive design curriculum encompassing architecture, landscape architecture, interior design, graphic design, textile design, fashion, interactive media and product design.