A Float of Immaterial Pleasures by ludwig heimbach architektur

04/12/2017
A Float of Immaterial Pleasures by ludwig heimbach architektur
[Kyoto] Japan
metalocus, PABLO SEBASTIÁN
A Float of Immaterial Pleasures by ludwig heimbach architektur Photograph © ludwig heimbach architektur
“A Float of Immaterial Pleasures” deals with the prohibitions on “Feeding birds” and “kissing” by providing three boxes and some screens to enjoy romance and the Japanese Warbler (uguisu).
The project designed by ludwig heimbach architektur consists of three boxes that are intertwined to generate a public-private spaces where users get to interact with each other and with the birds attracted by the composition created by Carlo Peters
 

Description of project by ludwig heimbach architektur

A Float of Immaterial Pleasures
Three Boxes and some Screens to enjoy Romance and the Japanese Warbler

Is the folly for the invited exhibition “Kenchiku Symposion” at Kyoto Art Center. Taro Igarashi invited six teams from Japan, France and Germany to deal with the topic of prohibitions in Japanese Public Space and is built in the court yard of Kyoto Art Center – a former school building in the Kimono district of Kyoto.

“A Float of Immaterial Pleasures” deals with the prohibitions on “Feeding birds” and “kissing” by providing three boxes and some screens to enjoy romance and the Japan...read more

Architects
ludwig heimbach architektur
Dates
2011-2014
Collaborators
Sound scape.- Carlo Peters Contact archi
tect.- dot architects, Osaka Ornithologist.- Marius Adrion, NABU

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