SPACE. Do your thing
RAISERLOPES assigned the young architects from Darmstadt the following impromptu task:
create a concept for pop-ups and temporary use. For small pavilions in the city, a variable furniture system should be designed, which can be used in a multitude of applications. Attract and engage artists, designers, and other creative people in the old city! Make the street scene lively!
Both studio owners, Annika Jung and Ruben Löbbert responded to this task assignment by designing of a multi-functional furniture system that carries enormous relevance in times of strong sustainability awareness across society:
"Three people, three uses – and your solution can be part of it! Decide for yourself and create your own room design by utilising minimalistic elements. You will receive a closed block of four furniture elements which you can move and rotate as you like. Don't worry: the rotating frame protects them against scratches and allows for a good grip! Furniture is a new frontier for carpet use. You create a simple and perfectly matched contrast of soft texture and smooth surface. The attractiveness of the name and a trendy colour entices you to share your room with blueberry ALLURE!"