Inducing experiences. Play maze

Rural Studio. Lions Park. Greensboro. United States

August 29, 2014

Inducing experiences. Play maze

Photo: Auburn University Rural Studio, Timothy Hursley

It is not necessary for the rest area in a public space to be a leisure area for it to become an experience. It is enough to deliver the opportunity to go up to a higher level and observe the setting, to transfer an unexpected piece of landscape, to produce the effect of a microclimate or to propose activities. Consuming experiences is on our list of requirements and public space will be appealing insofar as it is able to induce these experiences.

Recycled steel drums were used to create a space stimulating both imagination and creativity. In this space both physical (running, jumping, climbing...) and sensory (induced by sound pipes, colours and flat and wavy surfaces) actions take place.

 

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