The design consists of a series of interactive and autonomous objects with the aim of enhancing the use of public spaces in urban centres. Commissioned by the Royal Institute of British Architects and delivered under the alias of awol.cc in collaboration with Juliet Quintero, Paolo Zaide, Umut Yamac and Camden Council, the playful sound installation - broadcasting a variety of public radio stations - was installed at Bloomsbury Square, transforming one of central London's oldest squares into a homely space attracting both old and young.
Workstages: Design to Handover
Client: Royal Institute of British Architects
Size: 8 units
Location: London, UK