the triangular pavilion is built from sustainable spruce plywood and is called driftwood. It is constructed from slices of plywood assembled vertically on a wooden frame, creating an undulating surface. danecia’s work is based on the bedford square and looks like something that was forgotten by an unknown species. I think, It should stay there forever.
after graduation you suddenly lose all your work possibilities. but there are some institutions that might help you out. couple months ago I visited the metropolitan works. It calls himself ‘london’s leading creative Industries centre’. the aim is to help designers and manufacturers develop ideas and bring new products to reality.
a con is, that london-based designers get a discount while other designers have to pay the full price… at least there is a new space and a manufacturing resource for designers working in the city. so, move to london or pay the full price.
graduation is over. now I need some time to ‘recover’. I found a nice photo of one of my prototypes of my modus operandi collection. one of my fellow students used it to sit on it during lunch. we called it ‘stair chair’. any buyers? this graduation made me poor. : )