This movie by Kris Tamburello shows how red slats create a wave-like movement when people play on swings in this temporary installation in Miami Design District by Chilean studio GT2P. The project was “designed, developed, fabricated and installed by Zoom and Whatsapp”.
Conscious Actions was curated by Anava Projects for Miami Design District as part of this year’s Design Miami. The intention of the structure’s dual movement to be representative of the impact of actions on the world, according to the studio.
“Our design responds to the Anava Projects – founded by Anna Carnick and Wava Carpenters – curatorial brief that asked our studio to reflect both on the energy that we consume and the energy that we contribute back to the world,” GT2P co-founder Guillermo A Parada told Dezeen.
“In response to that our project… invites users to enjoy the carefree fun of childhood again, while also being reminded of the direct impact every action has on our environment and our communities.”
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