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With 2m26! Let's make a big table

2022
7
23
Sat
2022
7
24
Sun
  • 9:00–17:00

The movable workshop station, Toolbox, designed by a design unit, 2m26, appears in the city center. This time, the workshop takes place in the city center, which will become a temporal public space for three months. We will make a big circular table and chair in two days to furnish the space for the people to utilize the space.

Artist's Profile

2m26 (Mélanie Heresbach and Sébastien Renauld)

2m26 was founded in 2015 by Mélanie Heresbach and Sébastien Renauld, an architect and artist, and are currently based in Kyoto. They design furniture and architecture based on the idea of modulor originally developed by Le Corbusier. Going beyond the field of design, they explore various approaches relating to the city through performances and workshops. They conduct furniture workshops based on their interest in creating communication using furniture as a tool. Their recent works include “SAIKODAYO” (Shizuoka, 2017), “Alternative Space Core” (Hiroshima, 2017), “2m26 Kyoto House” (Kyoto, 2020). Their major performance works include “TOKYO CROSSING” (Tokyo, 2015).

2m26.com/
@deuxmetresvingtsix

About Kamihachi Kiteru -HEART OF HIROSHIMA-

Kamihachi Kiteru is an urban development platform founded by various public and private entities. The organization conducts projects such as “Kamihachi Kiteru -URBAN TRANSIT BAY-“ (2020) and “Kamihachi Kiteru -MOTOMACHI CRED URBAN TERRACE-“ (2021) as an experiment for the people to experience public space created for the people and reflect the result to the future management project. The organization has received the Good Design Award in 2020 and SDA Award 2020.

kiteru.site
@kamihachikiteru
@kiteru

Instructor
2m26 (Mélanie Heresbach, Sébastien Renauld)
Capacity
20 per day
Eligibility
Anyone (under the 3rd grade age requires adult to attend together)
* Reservation required

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