A late-forty-year-old in a bright shirt appears on Otto-Platz, pushing a transparent cubicle with curved anterior in front of him. The transport ends at a park bench, on which the slim booth can be set up. The man sits down on the bench, pulls the house-like, acrylic structure closer to him, and uses it as an outsourced office space for the next couple of hours. Every once in a while he talks to curious passers-by through the speaker installed on the side of the capsule. Later he leaves the spot again, together with his cubicle. The day after, the man with the office booth finds himself a...
Why do bus stops look they way they do? Decisive here is an operator model that promises the public sector an all-round carefree package, and in return offers private companies the revenues of...
UUF - Upcycling Urban Furniture
A concept for the Bremerstraße in Moabit
KUNSTrePUBLIK, through a series of five prototypes, explores the potential of urban furniture in relation to money, violence, energy, space and solidarity.
Vorgestellt wird eine Serie von Spekulationen über den alltäglichen Gegenstand des Pollers. Was wäre, wenn sie nicht alle so träge und stumpf herumstehen würden, sondern im gegenteil Einladungen zum...
Hacking Urban Furniture: artworks, ideas competition, exhibition co-funded by the Hauptstadtkulturfonds