Save the Children
Every One Village 2013
The Save the Children Every One Village is a tour in 4 cities (Rome, Naples, Florence and Milan) giving the possibility to families and children to experiment ways in which we can beat infant mortality.
In a 170 square meters space, built with recycled wood which is both modular and colourful, the
Everyone Village has been located in piazzas in the heart of each city, ready to provide its visitors with a journey where children are the main protagonists, passing through 5 themed areas (maternity, malnutrition, medical cures, hygiene and malaria) brought to life with interactive installations, sensorial experiments, photos, videos and a series of objects brought together to engage everyone to learn about the daily life of people working for Save the Children in developing countries, as well as the simple solutions used to save the lives of millions of children, giving them the gift of their next birthday.
h+ was responsible for the creation of Save the Children’s Every One Village Tour.
The contents provided by Save the Children were reinterpreted by h+ and recreated through the form of games and interactive installations that are practical and immediately comprehensible for both children and adults, helping them to understand in a way that is both simple and intuitive, containing important and complex themes.
h+ was responsible for
Concept development – Content elaboration – Ideation of the Village structure – ideation and coordination of digital and analogical installations - Ideation, production and coordination for the Every One Village Tour – Graphics and coordinated image - Backstage and shooting