We live in geometric planes, surrounded by even surfaces and forms, created by our logical thinking. As a result, a hill in nature today is perceived as uneven and bypassed but it also gives us a broader field of vision of our environment, an urge for height and growth.
How can objects play with this irregularity and give the hill a new significance and a new desire to be used? How can playfully designed objects interact with their environment, both man and nature?
Marco Limm and Clara Schweers