SPECULATIVE SPATIAL DESIGN WORKSHOP:
What if our space built by our instant improvisation of daily objects?
by: Yuki Agriardi K., S.Ds, MA
TKMDII XIII, Institut Teknologi Bandung, 11 Agustus 2017
Our daily life environment was filled by the abundant varieties of objects. We made contact, interact and build this relationship with most of the objects we had to support our activities since we were born. But have you ever use an object not as its supposed to be? is it a right thing to do? why its happened? what comes after? What if our space built by our instant improvisation of daily objects?
This workshop focusing on the idea of generating ideas with speculative spatial approach in mind along with Adhocism behaviour. The participants learn to observe critically their behaviours in a representative selection of situation, explore, and manipulate the objects to fulfill they need with instant improvisation. Each group off participant developed their ideas using cut and paste paper-collage techniques inspired by Richard Hamilton’s famous work; Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing? from the exhibition: This is Tomorrow (London, 1956). –