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TARG WĘGLOWY SQUARE 2013

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It's our project of temporal public space installation created in Gdańsk, Poland in 2013. The idea of the new development and actions on the Targ Węglowy square came at a time when the parking function disappeared from the historic square, and nothing new has come on its place. City Culture Institute in collaboration with GDYBY group proposed temporary space in the form of urban grassland rooms, as one of the many possibilities of organizing this place and to inspire some subsequent actions.

TARG WĘGLOWY 2013 / temporal public space installation / top view / The arrangement consists natural grass areas which create "rooms" and gather people together in their own cosy spaces / fot. W. Ostrowski

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TARG WĘGLOWY 2013 / temporal public space installation / OSB cubics give possibility of playing and building some bigger forms / fot. D. Werner

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TARG WĘGLOWY 2013 / temporal public space installation / fot. D. Werner

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TARG WĘGLOWY 2013 / temporal public space installation / fot. D. Werner

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TARG WĘGLOWY 2013 / OSB cubic furnishings

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TARG WĘGLOWY 2013 / temporal public space installation / The citizens had an opportunity to eat breakfast together, spend the day on reading, relaxing and playing games and in the evening - watch a movie / fot. D. Werner

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TARG WĘGLOWY 2013 / temporal public space installation / Kids were creating their ideal playgrounds and geometrical compositions, while adults used cubes as tables, seats and space divisions / fot. B. Kociumbas

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TARG WĘGLOWY 2013 / temporal public space installation / one "room equipment" / The main idea of the project was to drag the citizens into a kind of a game giving them a tool (light modular furnishings in a form of cubic boxes) and a possibility to create their own comfortable space to spend free time.

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TARG WĘGLOWY 2013 / making of... / fot. D. Werner

TARG WĘGLOWY 2013 / temporal public space installation / fot. D. Werner