The exhibition “Reset # 11.03.11. New paradigms” brought together 35 Japanese architects from different generations, from students to famous architects (Arata Isozaki, Toyo Ito and Kengo Kuma) to present 54 projects created and executed for the reconstruction of the Tohoku region (Japan) during the first year after the Tsunami in 2011. The concept of scenography was to be recyclable, since it was a month-long event. The idea was to use wool yarns that could be easily reused. The design concept was to create different spaces, taking advantage of the structural pillars of the showroom, creating different environments of color and light and shade. In the end, the wool threads were recycled and generated other products, in honor of the victims of the Tsunami. This project was finalist in the awards, “Premis FAD” 2013 in the ephemeral architecture category.
Project: RESET 11.03.11# New Paradigms
Type: Exhibition Design . Curatorship (in collaboration Yoshihide Kobanawa/ Kaoru Fujii / Tiago Borges)
Duration: Jannuary 2012- March 2012
Surface: 40 Sqm