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HangarBicocca in Milan, the ‘On Space Time Foam’ by Studio Tomas Saraceno is composed of a transparent surface accessible to visitors, hanging at a height of 20 metres and covering 400 square metres on three layers, for a total of 1,200 square metres. The large soft and floating film welcomes visitors who will thus find themselves moving mid-air between the floor and the ceiling, earth and sky, and it compels them to lose their spatial coordinates. Awesome but I would so freak out!
Waiting in public spaces could certainly be more pleasurable, thinks Teun Fleskens, and with that goal in mind he designed the CHITCHAT. A piece of seating furniture for up to seven people that literally rocks. Whoever sits on it makes the piece of furniture and those who are already sitting on it move, which almost always stimulates social interaction between them. It is both surprising and amusing, and you start chatting about it with your neighbour.
Artificial Topography / Ryumei Fujiki. JAPAN.
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