Tetris Inspired Urban Furniture Turns Public Spaces Into Playgrounds – Design You Trust

Tetris Inspired Urban Furniture Turns Public Spaces Into Playgrounds

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Open Code Urban Furniture – a construction set adaptive to the needs and wishes of different neighbourhoods. Instrumental in arranging a space for sharing (drawers installed). A series of open code urban furniture workshops are run in 4 Vilnius neighbourhoods in cooperation with the local residents. 4 furniture sets, 4 Vilnius neighbourhoods – and 4 different scenarios of use, to understand how public spaces and urban furniture work. The same basic set becomes different in each context.

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Initiator: Laimikis.lt, urban games and research Lab;
Partners: makers space Padirbtuvės;
Photo: Justina Gedvilaitė (Kamera).

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