Brando Guerreri

Final Show: 3rd - 4th February 2023
MA 2023

Hi! I'm Brando, an Italian Service and Strategic Designer based in London, UK.

I love to deconstruct and unpick complex challenges to provide clarity. With a background in human-centred research and design for some of the world’s biggest companies, I champion real human stories as powerful tools for innovation and social change.


MA Service Design, Royal College of Art (2021-2023)

BSc (Hons) Business Management - Queen Mary, University of London (2014-2017)

Final Project

Airea is your personalised directory of local happenings. From new business openings, special discounts for locals, community activities and volunteering opportunities, engaging with your neighbourhood finally feels like it belongs in the 21st century.

While I would love to discuss this project in detail, specifics have been removed due to ongoing IP and patent applications.

WIP project 2022

Play is under attack. Despite being an essential part of childhood (and even adulthood), there is less Time to play, fewer play Spaces, restrictions on Freedom of play, and a decrease in Funding for play. A New Perspective on Play is a speculative design project that aims to inspire our project partners and champion the child’s perspective on play over the typical adult perspective. 

Our intervention is set in the not-so-distant future of 2032, where a fictitious Ministry of Play is formed in response to the surfacing of deep cracks in educational and social systems. 

Under the umbrella of the Ministry of Play, we explore a future where play is integrated into the daily lives of children. Here, in addition to being used as a way to explore the practical implications of their learning, play serves as a tool for children to deepen their connection to each other, their surroundings, and themselves.


Inter-Generational Support

How might we support the natural synergies that exist to ensure everyone has someone they can reach out to in times of need? How might this support the formation of resilient communities and meaningful connections?