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a workshop about small-scale production and design

Made in Şişhane

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Made in Şişhane project started in 2006 in order to reveal the potential of the Şişhane-Galata district. The project takes in consideration questions like: “What kind of a potential do small sized enterprises and production areas provide for designers and creative disciplines?”, “How can designers contribute to the sustainable development of such production areas?”. The aim is to show more creative visions for urban transformation and to point out other possibilities in the relationship between design and production. The project aims to reposition Şişhane as a creative district and contribute to the sustainability of the production networks there. This project has many aspects including tourism, urban development, production and design. Made in Şişhane, hosts an exhibition of products together with their stories; it shows the production process and the journey of the parts that were made to assemble the final product within the city. Rerated to the MIS project, several national and international workshops, exhibitions organized and participated to the international projects and conference between 2006 and 2011.  Made in Şişhane book (on Istanbul, small- scale production and design) printed in November 2011 by the support of Consulate-General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Made-in-Sishane/161092357325738

http://madeinsishane.blogspot.com/

http://www.madeinsishane.net/

http://vimeo.com/26320324

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjY1xVxYkOw

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