26 Oct '14, 7pm

Marleen Jansen’s See-Saw Table Explores Mealtime Manners

Marleen Jansen’s See-Saw Table Explores Mealtime Manners

Developed from Jansen’s dissertation ‘Being Forced Voluntarily’ (Ongedwongen moeten), the table explores the unspoken rules of sharing a meal. The see-saw table prevents one person from leaving before the other has finished, highlighting meal-time etiquette and generating a fun edge of uncertainty. One wrong move and you could go crashing to the floor!

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/marleen-jansens-see-saw-table-explor...

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Saw this in Chinatown (Singapore).

twitter.com 29 Oct '14, 1am

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Urban housing CAN be green. See:

Urban housing CAN be green. See:

inhabitat.com 30 Oct '14, 6pm

were just tapped to design the first stage of the Skärvet neighborhood in Växjö, Sweden. The neighborhood is expected to b...