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Transformative Art: Cremacaffè Design Story

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Transformative Art: Cremacaffè Design Story

This year we brought all of you to Finland, where our little company started. Katri Pulkkinen invited us to present Cremacaffè Design Story at Aalto MayDay 2018, the Sustainability Day held by Aalto University in Helsinki, in an attempt to map ways people are leading transformative lifestyles and practices worldwide.

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A kaleidoscope of Music. Interview with Romy

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A kaleidoscope of Music. Interview with Romy

Synth-lovers will find this interview inspiring. You can never underestimate how much study and work goes into music making, and it’s always good to scratch the surface of our internet-connected lives to get a little glimpse of it. In the end, our Guest also gifted us with some interesting listening tips and a chill playlist, from the Dirty Projectors to Air to Sufjan Stevens. Thank you Romy, and looking forward to your new musical projects!

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Synth Cafè - Il forum Italiano per la musica elettronica

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Synth Cafè - Il forum Italiano per la musica elettronica

"Gestire una community di più di 25000 persone nell'era in cui tutti sono perennemente connessi e tutti vogliono esprimere la loro opinione. Qual è il segreto?" Intervista a Luca Minelli, fondatore di Synth Cafè.

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The power of a blank slate and a minimal setup

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The power of a blank slate and a minimal setup

The power of a blank slate is something that our generation can perhaps experience more than our parents’. We have been often displaced for work, and in a sense, the world is our home...

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Improve Your Posture and Let the Music Flow

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Improve Your Posture and Let the Music Flow

Music making is a creative, happiness-releasing act. You also want it to be pain-free for your back and your eyes.Yet our technological devices are designed for portability, not ergonomics, resulting in long hours hunched over our devices in a “powerless position” (Michalak et al. 2014).Besides putting a strain equivalent to a 7 years old sitting on our neck for the whole session (Hansraj 2014), hunching hampers our breathing and our creative process too.The good news is that a better posture can be easily achieved anywhere with some thoughtfully designed help.Design your workflow around yourself! Cremacaffè Design stands will tilt any...

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