“REAL Cities / Bergamo 2.035” is a research project of the University of Bergamo in collaboration with the Harvard Graduate School of Design and the support of the Pesenti Foundation.



Saturday 22 July – The Campus Party Milan 2017 edition featured, among others, a workshop by Stefano Andreani and Roberto Pinto about “Responsive Environments. Design strategies for smart cities and augmented experiences”.


Digital technologies permeate all aspects of life. Yet, the frenetic pace of technological development clashes with often static or slow-developing urban contexts. What new experiences will come along with technologically-driven urban environments interacting with us and dynamically responding to our activities, our needs, and our vision of a smarter city?






Stefano Andreani is a Lecturer in Architectural Technology at the Graduate School of Design of Harvard University. He is a Project Manager at the Responsive Environments and Artifacts Lab (REAL) at Harvard GSD, that investigates the impact of new digital technologies on responsive urban planning and augmented experiences.


Roberto Pinto Pinto is an Associate Professor at the University of Bergamo – Department of Management, Information and Industrial Engineering. He is a member of the CELS – Research Group on Industrial Engineering, Logistics and Service Operations, where he lectures on industrial and urban logistics, supply chain management and industrial engineering according to the Industry 4.0 paradigm. p>


Campus Party is the largest open innovation experience in the world. With over 60 editions on 4 continents, 600 community partners, 400 universities and a global network of nearly 500,000 Campuseros, the Campus Party is the innovation and creativity festival where talents, institutions, companies, universities and communities work together to change the world. This year Campus Party landed for the first time in Italy, Milan.