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PLACE ON THE CELLING JUST ABOVE YOUR BED. TO SEE AS YOU OPEN YOUR EYES IN THE MORNING
research development final idea
research The initial part of the research helped us pin-point several aspects of the center which could do with improvements, these were found by its history, context, observation, photographs taken by us and user of different ages, interviews with staff and users. In the next step of the project we analysed this information and started coming with some group conclusions as we shared our data. About the use of the space, audiences of the center and relations between them. Finally we identified issues and barriers of the center and came up with a final concept and proposal to work around.
COUNTRYSIDE vs URBAN OUTSIDE & INSIDE
CONTRAST WATCHING WATCHING WA vs WAITING W
BRINGING PEOPLE TO NATURE A vs BRINGING NATURE TO PEOPLE A PEOPLE LIVING CLOSE TO BIRDS
BREAKING BARRIERS WHO IS HIDING FROM WHO?
SEEING & BEING SEEN
BIRDS CAMUFLAGING FROM HUMANS?
UNDER ONE SKY
BIRDS LIVING CLOSE & EATING A TO PEOPLE
Simultaneously to making a field guid for the wetlands, we were collaborating with FdA Interior Designers Flavia, Jessica and Victoria. They were designing the hide shown on the previous page. Simone Marrett and myself choose a bench as our object to add to their hide. â€”We foucused on the concept of camuflaging, and our objective was to create an object which would be pleaseant to birds, animals and humans.
Filed Guide Book designed for the Wetlands Center in Barnes and for beginners to bird watching. You can flick it to whatever page you like depending on the time youâ€™ve got in your hands. It includes useful information such as Topology of birds, a Quick Bird List, space for Your Field Notes and various tips on how to use it. Uses 100% recycled paper. In collaboration with Simone Marrett
This is a bench with incorporated cardboard seeds. It comes in a package with several pieces, and you can contruct it in a zig-zag shape or a circular shape, like shown above. Once its built on top of the grass you can fill it up with soil and wait for the grass to grow around, until you get a perfect bench.
with a dolly paper stencil pattern and letterpress to shape our type in place, I collaborated with Symone Mcdoland towards a design competition for Penguin Books. The picked romance was â€˜On Beautyâ€˜ by Zadie Smith. Drama between two families, how they relate and their so opposing ways of living with constantly clash.
kamihimo is japanese paper made from washi paper. Inspired by simple shapes of japanese culture the bird house is both functional and elegant. It is designed for sparrows, nuthaches and starlings, considering size of entrance hole, size of interiors and its â€˜rain-protectionâ€™ shape. It can be produced in various colours.
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