In 2004, Laura Dellamotta, Giovanna Gardi, Alessandro Masserdotti, and Fabrizio Pignoloni founded Milan based interaction design studio, dotdotdot. The open source maker movement finds a heart in Milan’s Lodi district (blocks away from Atelier Mendini), at dotdotdot, Milan’s young, fresh, collaborative studio. Interaction Design innovation is allowed to thrive in interdisciplinary projects that often involve spatial design for Museo della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo Da Vinci, and NTV Service Centre as well as exhibition design work for Domus and other clients. Their work involves the realization of new objects by examining human interaction and combined technologies. They believe good design must educate, cultivate and be imprinted in the memory of the user.