SITTING > TO CONVERGE
In Krugerplein, people stay on «their space» of the square, sharing it only in the supermarket. This intervention in the public space proposes a more recreational way to talk to each other, as an active square. I develop further my research around this square by the creation of a game. You can meet the project here.
A DIALOGUE SPACE
As a first contact point, you have to create the space by yourself, and actively deal with the others. An easy rotation system allows you to fold each triangle to create a space more adapted to your needs.
1> LISTEN TO USERS
With a survey, I get to understand what is important for people in a dialogue space.
76,2% think this space should be open to public
72,7% want to be seated opposite than side by side
72,7% prefer moveable furnitures
65% like to have 1 meter distance to each others
89,5% need space to move around their seat
light, somewhere to write, seat & table, food, nature, something to play with
to much noise, to much light, movement outside the dialogue, distractions
2> MAKE THEM PARTICIPATE
Looking at my first model, people left notes which enabled me to correct and improve proposition.
3> SHAPES FINALISATION
In order to entrench the installation, I used the axis of the main streets around the square, and had a carefull look at the shadows it will bring. This installation brings a visual and graphic experience while challenging encounters.