Designed as a maze of colored rubber wires, Instant Installation is a portable instalation that can be twisted in different ways to create different spaces each time it is utilized. It explores the idea of physical enclosure and the relationship to social interaction and challenges the boundary between a product and architecture with its capacity to generate, articulate, and transform spaces. The environment in which the configuration of geometry and layering of materiality are conceived to encourage and to solicit visitors' curiosity and reaction. In this way, Instant Installation is a spatial generator; a playful environment inviting visitors to play with the vibrancy of rubber layering, to move in an exhilarating non-orientable space continuously revealing and hiding the presence of other people.
Realized with a parametric technique and a computer numeric control manufacturing process that quickly produces prefabricated customized rails, Instant Installation seeks out the architectural capacity to adapt and be reconfigured for different uses and locations. It was conceived of as an "almost pocket", it can be carried in a wind surfing bag and is quick to install and.
Teaching Assistant : Amy Maresko
Coordination: Constantinou Christos, Gianpapa Eleni, Koutalianou Andriana Marie
Students:, Costa Pablo, Davidson Katia Marie, Krantz Della Elizabeth, Lam Shanoi, Morovvati Elham, Oatman Trent Wilson, Ozdemir Mehemt Doruk, Su Yeh-Sen, Sun Lanxi, Wang Iris, Xu Jiaqi, Yang Shu , Yifu Sun, Zhang Ruomei, Zheng Chen.
Collaborators: Fabio Ullasci, Andrea Sapei Zach Chapman, Giulia Franchello, Eugenio Rubbo
Acknowledgments: Alessandra Orlando, Laura Kurgan, Nicola Twilley, Carlos Solis
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