This collection of installations on the Kyoto Artwork Heart in Japan explores the oppressive nature of the privately-owned public area. Launched for the Kenchiku Symposium, the pop-up brings collectively the works of six studios — Tato Architects, Hiroshi Kato, Sven Pfeiffer, Dot Architects, Ludwig Heimbach, Martinez Barat Lafore Architectes.
Put in in “a not often used courtyard of the artwork heart,” every construction is meant to supply a ‘secure area’ for sure actions which are thought of taboo within the open. This consists of issues like napping, kissing, chicken feeding and ‘harmful play.’ The installations resonate with folks on account of their interactive nature, nonetheless, their message extends additional, pushing for the foundations of the privately-owned public area to be rethought and subverted.
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