We collaborated with haptic media researchers to create the space design for TECHTILE #3, an exhibition at the K gallery held from February 2628, 2010. With the help of 20 participants aged from 10 to 40 years old, we took over 200 different textures collected in Tokyo and transplanting them into aluminum foil. In other words, the space was not "designed" in the traditional sense of the word. Rather, it came together based on the collective intelligence of the group. The exhibition helped elevate our awareness. Textures that typically remain hidden were brought into focus when transferred to aluminum foil. We aimed to visualize the invisibleediting the creativity of the group and consequently designing the tangible and intangible.



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最先端の触覚技術研究を発表するTECHTILEの空間デザインを担当しました。一面銀色の空間を構成しているのは、10歳から40代の方までの20人以上の方が、アルミニウム箔に写し取ってきた200以上の東京の街のテクスチャーです。あるルールを設定した事で参加者が自発的に作り上げ、集合知によってデザインされた空間です。普段は意識されない細かなテクスチャーがアルミニウム箔を通して可視化され、確かな触覚体験として参加者に刻み込まれます。











what:
TECHTILE #3
when:
2010
who:
Space Design
(NOSIGNER) Eisuke Tachikawa
Photo
Masaharu Hatta
Client
TECHTILE Executive Committee
Collaboration
TECHTILE




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