One of the data that national and international organizations – including the World Health Organization (WHO) – are observing is regarding people’s sedentary lifestyle, of all age groups and without distinction of ethnicity, social or territorial characteristics. To try to give concrete and possible solutions, the PLEINAIR (Free and Inclusive Parks in Networks for Recreational and Physical Intergenerational Activity) was developed; a research project funded under the action 1.2.2 POR FESR 2014–2020. The project started in July 2019 and will last 24 months. Outdoor parks and recreational areas are the scope of the project, which aims to improve and design inclusive contexts to promote the adoption of active lifestyles for all and for all age groups. The operational tools through which we will try to provide real solutions are the OSOs (Outdoor Smart Objects): urban furniture, ludic tools or customizable inclusive strategies to encourage physical activity, conviviality and socialization among people.

Human Centered Design Methodologies Applied to Complex Research Projects: First Results of the PLEINAIR Project

Mincolelli G.
Primo
Conceptualization
;
Giacobone G. A.
Secondo
Writing – Review & Editing
;
Imbesi S.
Penultimo
Writing – Review & Editing
;
Marchi Michele
Ultimo
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
2020

Abstract

One of the data that national and international organizations – including the World Health Organization (WHO) – are observing is regarding people’s sedentary lifestyle, of all age groups and without distinction of ethnicity, social or territorial characteristics. To try to give concrete and possible solutions, the PLEINAIR (Free and Inclusive Parks in Networks for Recreational and Physical Intergenerational Activity) was developed; a research project funded under the action 1.2.2 POR FESR 2014–2020. The project started in July 2019 and will last 24 months. Outdoor parks and recreational areas are the scope of the project, which aims to improve and design inclusive contexts to promote the adoption of active lifestyles for all and for all age groups. The operational tools through which we will try to provide real solutions are the OSOs (Outdoor Smart Objects): urban furniture, ludic tools or customizable inclusive strategies to encourage physical activity, conviviality and socialization among people.
2020
978-3-030-51193-7
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Co-design; Health; Human Centered Design; Smart object outdoor; Wellness
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