Architecture Fringe 2019

Livingroom

An installation that serves as a reading space.

Debora Dimitrova, Benjamin Muir, Benjamin Macfarlane, Calum Hutcheon, Thomas Proctor, Ayanda Mahachi

Installation
FRI - SUN 07 - 09 June 2019 / 9am - 5pm
FREE

Marischal Square
Broad St
Aberdeen AB10 1AB

Fully accessible / Assistance dogs welcome / Children welcome

The Livingroom promotes human interaction, constant exchange of stories/narratives, and a 'Public Livingroom' within the city where everyone can feel at home.

The main idea of The Livingroom is for people to leave their old books within the space and borrow another one left by somebody else. By exchanging books, people would be encouraged to start conversations, meet new friends and stop for a moment, enjoying life. As part of this year’s Look Again Festival ‘New Narratives’, The Livingroom embodies this idea through several different aspects in the design, all of which actively integrate people’s interaction.

It is PEOPLE who create new narratives every day, we are just giving them the tools to do it.

The installation is part of the Look Again Festival in Aberdeen.

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