Do you really need your own kitchen? Where else could you prepare meals or store your food? And how indispensable are your water pipes? Let’s explore together how we can have a full life within a home that is emptier. Children will remove parts of their home and replace them, by thinking about how to negotiate and share functions with spaces that can already be found around them.
This workshop is addressed to our young public and has been developed as a playful interpretation of projects from our upcoming exhibition A Section of Now: Social Norms and Rituals as Sites for Architectural Intervention.
Join us to imagine homes that function differently and whose inhabitants are closer with their communities, as they share, exchange, and negotiate with each other.
Attendance to this event is free and open to children between 5 and 12 years old, and their families or caregivers. Please RSVP.
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