Friday, May 08, 2009
Noa Younse has come up with a couple of intriguing shedworking atmospheres. Above is The Tree Dwelling, an installation which looked at the concept of minimal dwelling: it provides somewhere to sleep and store things (not many things, it has to be said) and its modular nature means it can be tranformed into a workspace structure. Noa says it "served as a place to inhabit for at least three nights".
Below is Noa's Ørestad North Pavilions design about which Noa says: "The goal was to create a pavilion along a canal in Ørestad North to form a lively mixed-use environment with the possibility of casual meetings and inspiring experiences."
Posted by alex johnson at 2:08 PM