1B “Performance Space” – looking for inspiration!

– I went to library today 🙂

Of course as usually only a few books from the list were available :/

– Aww it doesn’t sound good.

– that’s okay I’ve just createde my own list of books (available in library).
I don’t really have an idea what should I design, who will be the audience and who will perform.
I know I want to stay with my site and make it maybe more friendly, more a place where you wanna go and spend your time…..
The one problem with my site is car park below my wall.
So I need to invent something attached to the wall or put on top of my site, something not big and something “hanging” over the ground.
That’s what I’ve found in a books:

“XS green”(Phyllis Richardson)

Eley Kishimoto

A collaboration with 6a architects, the HAIRYWOOD project played with ideas of defining space and creating place through the interaction of structure and pattern repeat.
6.3-metre-high plywood tower set on a raised deck that signals the entry to the interior courtyard, a public meeting place and cafe plaza. At a top of the tower, a small enclosed space provides ‘an intimate escape for two’, a pleasant sitting area with an outward focus on the urban scene beyond.
“XS green”(Phyllis Richardson)
Stefan Eberstadt
Rucksack House
The rucksack House is a prefabricated extension, 2.5 by 3.6 by 2.5 meters, which gets its name from the way the cables that allow it to hang over the side of its host building simulate the shoulder straps of a rucksack.
a few more images from : “Ecological Design” teNeues
Soft wall by molo
A flexible freestanding partition system that can expand and contract to freely shapes within larger open areas.
A non-woven polyethylene material is 100% recyclable and is made from 5-15% recycled content. Its light weight paper look and feel is tear, UV and water resistant, making it durable to handle and maintain.
Paper Lounge
Their amazing corrugated paper furniture and white “soft” walls are not only fun to assemble, alter and move around, but good for the environment, too. Molo is the product arm of their bigger-scheme practice forsythe-macallen.com. Forsythe and MacAllen have been recognized around the world for their innovative housing and living-space projects and events. The first location for a molo design workshop will open in Milan, Italy by early 2008. It was previewed during this year’s Salone del Mobile in Milan.

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