HANG OUT | 100 Architects

China

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Photo Credits: Amey Kandalgaonkar

Project name: Hang Out

Project type: Exterior Intervention

Designer: 100 Architects

Design team: Marcial Jesús, Javier González, Lara Broglio, Mónica Páez, Keith Gong, Evgenia Likhachova, Marie Anseaume

Production: Hong Yang Advertising (Shanghai)

Client: Tishman Speyer Properties

Location: Pingjiaqiao Road 36, Pudong, Shanghai, China

Built area: 410m2

Completion: September 2019

Photographer: Amey Kandalgaonkar

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Hang Out is a creative public space intervention  designed for one of the main plazas of a new mixed-use complex located in the New Bund, the emerging international business center in Pudong (Shanghai), with the aim of fostering entertainment & social interactions among new visitors, appealing to kids, youngsters & adults alike.


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Inspired by the triangulation of crystals’ structures, the project is shaped as a huge hexagonal structure from which different fun features are hanging down, creating a suspended public space.


This is a particular design approach that has been researched and tested for a while in our office, and has been finally implemented in an outdoor public space. A hanging public space in which all the functions are provided from above, experimenting with the feeling of gravity added to daily public features.


HANG OUT | 100 Architects Photographer: Amey Kandalgaonkar

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Inspired by the triangulation of crystals’ structures, the project is shaped as a huge hexagonal structure from which different fun features are hanging down, creating a suspended public space.


This is a particular design approach that has been researched and tested for a while in our office, and has been finally implemented in an outdoor public space. A hanging public space in which all the functions are provided from above, experimenting with the feeling of gravity added to daily public features.



HANG OUT | 100 Architects Photographer: Amey Kandalgaonkar

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HANG OUT | 100 Architects Photographer: Amey Kandalgaonkar

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The resulting installation is a very stimulating & instagrammable space for having fun, interacting with others, resting, playing and whiling away for some time in an open area.


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