The World We Care by Adalberto Lonardi has been shortlisted for the new artwork at the Tessa Jowell Health Centre in collaboration with Dulwich Picture Gallery. The co-designed piece acts as a manifesto of what wellbeing, care and healing mean in the community today.
The United Generations continues the collaboration with KLS to run a series of digital creative workshops for younger and older learners 60+. Fortnightly we have been exploring drawing as a tool for wellbeing and increase connection with one another.
The site-specific artwork speaks about the importance of the relationship between Venice and its local community. The old and young residents symbolically reunite to embrace the city's origins and fill the lagoon shop's empty windows.
Royal College of Art alumni, Adalberto Lonardi unveils uplifting hand-painted mural, part of the Kensington + Chelsea Art Week, as a symbol of harmony and unity for a better tomorrow. In collaboration with RCA, London Projects, and Studio Indigo.
The United Generations wants to collaborate with designers, institutions, councils and third sector to develop creative social strategies aimed at the wellbeing of the older community and the reconciliation of different generations.
The Public votes Together as One designed by Adalberto Lonardi as the Lansdowne Road winning mural for Kensington and Chelsea Art Week, a public art initiative in collaboration with Royal College of Art, London Projects, and Studio Indigo.
A series of creative workshops for everyone who wants to practice drawing in a safe and inclusive space. The digital laboratories, organized by Kerry Hagger (KLS elders team) and facilitated by Adalberto Lonardi, aim to connected young and older generations through the art of drawing as a therapeutic and mindful activity.
Conscious London Festival 2020 invited The United Generations' founder Adalberto Lonardi to talk during Ecosystems, the third session of the three-day festival part of The Centre for Conscious Design, concerning the role of design to improve our cities.
The United Generations is presented for the first time to the public at the Royal College of Art Show 2020. The ambitious project by Adalberto Lonardi, tutored by Studio Jenny Jones won the RCA School of Architecture Spatial and Social Justice Prize.
The research looks at the relationships between gerontology and the disciplines of architecture, sociology, and technology. These fields inform the understanding of the fundamental behaviours and needs of the elderly and possible future solutions to guarantee the future generations' a healthy and comfortable late life.
The United Generations Work in Progress research is presented by Adalberto Lonardi in conversation with Studio Jenny Jones on LIVE!, a digital platform created by Gianluca Alla to fight the stillness of the pandemic lockdown.