The Adventure Playground: A Playful Attitude by Aberrant ArchitecturePast, Talk Fri 22 Jul, 6.30pm–8pm
Aberrant Architecture’s talk will explore how we can re-think our entire idea of play and adopt a playful attitude to everything we do.
Imagining play as a way of being in the world, Aberrant’s designs blend some of the characteristics of play into all our non-play activities such as work, shopping or education.
Using the power of playfulness, Aberrant believes we can transform buildings and reanimate public spaces to add to the life of cities, inviting people of all ages to use these existing places in imaginative new ways.
The Adventure Playground: Architectures of Contemporary Play is a series of exploratory talks and propositions that investigates processes of play and imagination and their role in built environments and the designed spaces of playgrounds in the UK. It brings forward the architectural and political history of playgrounds as dedicated spaces for children across contemporary cities and centres on the idea of ‘creating worlds’.
About the event
Booking is required.
We are unable to provide British Sign Language interpretation for this event.
The duration of the event is one and a half hours. Seated.
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is a multi-award winning collaborative studio of designers, makers and thinkers.
Their projects, whether interactive architecture, interiors, public art, exhibitions or installations, offer new and unexpected ways of experiencing everyday life. By placing storytelling and research at the heart of their practice, they produce spatial experiences that are both meaningful and beautiful.
Event:The Adventure Playground: A Playful Attitude by Aberrant Architecture
Dates:22 Jul 2022, 6.30pm–8pm
This series is generously supported by the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art.