Further reading: Introductions of the art installations
A group photo of the Changing Boxes team. [Photo provided by Fei Architects & Fei Gallery]
Based on that design can’t be separated from the function setting, the installation provides people with somewhere they are willing to rest, chat and play with shading facilities, movable furniture such as chairs and tables, and green plants which are light, quick and cheap. It’s convenient and user-friendly.
There is a balloon space filling with Helium balloon where children can get balloons by standing on tiptoe or jumping. It shows a possibility of spatial aggregation and at the meantime it will lead the children to do more outdoor sports.
Alex Camprubi (R) listens to the members of Changing Boxes team introducing the art installation.[Photo provided by Fei Architects & Fei Gallery]
In order to awaken people’s memory of the site as a garment factory and at the meantime not to mix with the ribbon in air, a couple of weaving ways are used to create the top interface. The boxes can be children’s teahouse, or the vip single seat, or maybe the sweet couple seat.
There is also a simple and concise box which provides shading and lighting in solar power. The space inside the box will be rich by combing the movable furniture.