SPACE AND SERVICE DESIGN

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WHAT IS SPACE AND SERVICE DESIGN?

The Postgraduate in Space and Service Design at Thomas More University of Applied Sciences is the result of social innovation; the focus of the designer on the design of the physical space only evolves to the design of a system of spaces, objects, services, circulation and communication which are jointly able to fulfil the specific needs of the user. Service Design is a system, holistic, user-centered, co-creation, sequencing, evidencing and testing!

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FAQ ANSWERED BY THE CLASS OF 2020


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MEET THE NEW SPACE AND SERVICE DESIGNERS!


This is the Space and Service Design Class of 2020!

Who is who in this international and multidisciplinary team?  Meet them here and don’t hesitate to contact them through their Linkedin or Tumblr.

FINAL PROJECT 'T GROM, THE VEGETABLE MUSEUM


Design for sustainable tourism, sustainable food production and consumption and cultural heritage.

The focus of this final project in the Postgraduate in Space & Service Design of Thomas More is on designing spaces/objects and services/experiences for the museum of the vegetable region of Mechelen (‘t Grom) in Sint-Katelijne-Waver. The mission of ‘t Grom is to preserve and protect biodiversity through the cultivation of heritage varieties; to share knowledge about gardening and growers’ varieties, healthy lifestyles, culinary traditions and ecology; and to increase the market potential for chefs and growers who work with local and seasonal food. This design challenge translates the mission of ‘t Grom into three themes: cultural heritage (museum), education and sustainable tourism. The students decided very early in the process to join forces and to work as a group in order to create a holistic and complete design solution for the museum site. Their design proposals will be exposed in the museum all summer long.

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