Deconstructing spatial boundaries
Temporary material setting, an installation, can open up the space for new usage.
Only if it’s allowed!
Creating an easy access to the windowsill and connecting big sheet of paper to the window handle makes children want to explore that area: climbing up and down to the windowsill or just sitting and relaxing there.
Hanging paper down from the ventilation pipe creates the trigger of pulling. The child stands up on the chair, pulls down the paper, laughs and asks the paper to be put back. And the play can start from the beginning!
Having long paper tubes makes children use their whole body to construct or explore the sound. Standing up on the chairs and tables gives the play a new height.