10M3 PAUSE is an urban project that makes us think of how much space that has been stolen from cars. The 'overpopulation' of these facilities creates problems for traffic and circulation, the increasing need for parking space often prevents people from using the sidewalks and pedestrian space easily.
A field of green stalks appropriates urban space, offering ten cubic meters of rest to passersby. Interact through the dense 'grass' and able themselves immersed offers few minutes of escape from the traffic and noise. The silhouette is reflected on the volume that is now occupied by each car. The volume replacement with the green suggests a gradual re-appropriation of the natural landscape. At night, the silhouette becomes a fluorescent film, the memory of a shape that is dispossessed of its content.
The installation consists of industrial materials in common use: the stems are made of rubber garden hose with a core of metal rod. Two giant industrial pipes filled with cement and painted yellow to allow passersby to stop in a green field, looking at the city through a natural perspective.
A field of green 'grass leaves' Takes Hold of the urban space, offering 10 cubic meters of relaxation for the people passing by. Interaction with this grass field and the Possibility of immersion Within it Allows us to escape from the traffic and confusion. The silhouette Allows us to Realize the volume Every Occupied by car. The substitution of volume with green Suggests That a progressive re-Appropriation of the Natural Territory. At night the silhouette Becomes a fluorescent veil, the memory of a shape ITS emptied of content.
The installation is made up of industrial and common-use materials: green rubber hose pipe with a metal core rod. Two Wider industrial pipes are filled with concrete and painted yellow Becoming Which two people can sit on stools observing the city through a different natural perspective.