Play+Ground: a bridge to play for the weak
The intervention is to discover, design, or carve out space for receptive bodies in this community where various forms of behaviors happen: single and diverse, clear and complex, static and dynamic. With the contrast between static and dynamic behavior, I’d like to design an element that also encourages dynamic physical activity ‘play’ and static moment ‘outdoor room’ with the sense of enclosure. Therefore, multiple squares will tie the community. Since the formation of the square is derived from the surroundings, various spatial conditions will be created, engaging different activities.
The Cooper Union
Professor: Kevin Bone