BLUEPRINT RELIEF in Berlin
The Blueprint Relief is a house about the projection of future potentialities where the existent and imaginary entangle, fuse together and become “realer” than reality; a reality that involves personal desires and interpretations
It is an invitation to reconsider architecture/design as a dynamic act, the act of constantly renewing the subject-object-environment status quo; a call for renewed creativity.
Architecture/design is no longer contemplative but generative; it constantly updates the world and our connections to it and reminds us that history is in the becoming.
THE PRINTED CHAIR－Bamboo paper
The Printed Chair is a paper-fold furniture which lingers in the space in-between real and fake. It asks each of to reconsider how our senses perceive and record the world. Memory isn't just the ability to store and retain information but also the ability to retrieve and project desire; it is therefore retrospective and prospective at the same time. It is the dynamic criticism tool that allows us to see and think beyond the static surface of transcendental preconceptions.
The Printed Chair is a theoretical question as well as an amusing, handy piece of furniture