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Street Room – M
A one-peace horizontal platform perforated allocating seats & table arrangements as well as lamps and greenery.
Street Room is a very sculptural and eye-catching typology of urban artefact designed by 100architects for the Public Realm. A pop-art typology of street furniture.
The proposal consists in one-peace horizontal platform to be used as seating feature. The platform is perforated allocating seats & table arrangements as well as lamps and greenery. The users can interact seating in the border, in the perforations, laying horizontally or even just standing on top.
It is topped up with a shading structures that also contains charging spots as well as an interactive screen for information.
The proposal is driven by the idea of mimicking outdoors the indoor roommates’ sense of community and sharing spirit, offering a very eye-catching and expressive platform that encourages closer social dynamics and connections in the Public Realm, amplifying the concept of roommates to the level of “neighborhood-mates”.
The piece acts as an urban attractor, activating the pedestrian footfall in its surroundings, and presenting itself open and accessible for everyone. By mixing & combining the attributes of the words “Street” (outdoor, active, commercial, public, borderless) and “Room” (indoor, static, civic, private, protective), we have developed an evolved typology of urban furniture that offers a sense of space in an open & shared fashion.
The Street Room is rendered in very pop and vibrant color and dotted pattern in order to set a human-scale urban landmark that will contribute to achieve more unique, creative, innovative, fun and inclusive neighborhoods.
The colors, play features and details of this project can be customized depending on the needs of the client and conditions of the site. The modifications will be done upon request.
The intellectual property and patent of this product belongs to 100architects. It is forbidden its distribution and construction with no previous consent.