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  • anguinea

    indoor play area by numen

  • Ally Koppes

    open space

  • Trudy Raymakers

    Austrian/Croatian design collective Numen expanded their exploration of flexible space into nets for a contemporary art space in Belgium earlier this year. I love the way these provide for both bouncy activity and calm contemplation.

  • Danielle Brafford


  • tamara tamara

    Public Art Installations from Numen / For Use Design Collective tela tensada instalacion

  • prama milyardi

    I recently came across Numen's creative interactive installations, a mix between art and design, on the landscape architecture blog Landezine. These are the same guys who strung up an alien-like web of packing tape in Melbourne's Federation Square last year. Their most recent project, Net, is a series of flexible nets suspended in the air, connected at various points to create an undulating and disorienting landscape. Or, as the designers call it, a "community hammock."

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Ghost Train Park, Basurama, Lima Peru, 2010 • City people like playscapes! Like this public swing. Great way to add a fun function to -what would otherwise be- a non-space.

numen/for use swap staircase for an interwoven net pathway

a fucking floating bed seriously...i feel like meatloaf should be playing while laying in this.

Ohmygoodness. I think I know what I'll be teaching at Toronto Mini Maker Faire 2012!

Boat island/island boat...why am I not living this way?! I guess one of the dogs (the Cairn Terrier) would hate it, but the other (the Boxer/Pit/maybe some Lab/maybe some German Shepherd/maybe some Rot or Cane Corso/etc.) would love it. She loves swimmin'!!!

NET A community hammock by Numen/For Use mounted at Z33 – Huis voor actuele kunst, in Hasselt

Floating shelves. Could repaint this and would be neat for a kids room or even the media room.

from an art museum somewhere. will be re-interpreted into my future home.

Moth Castle RM fungus on the wall all over this place, which was surprising considering the outside of the castle looks pretty well maintained.