Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Magnetfeld: shedlike microarchitecture

Magnetfeld by Aiko Telgen is one of a series of shedlike atmospheres put together by students from the Kassel School of Art and Design in Frankfurt under the heading 'The Microarchitecture Lounge'. They're all worth a browse: Magnetfeld consists of two open rubble containers next to each other to produce a room, furnished withi table, windows, chairs and 'ventilation area'. The whole thing is 'quilted' with small magnets and it's designed for sitting, lounging and lying. And shedworking.
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