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Onion Pinch & Napping Pod Projects at Cite' de l'architecture et du Patrimoine

Courtesy of Caterina Tiazzoldi and Eduardo Benamor Duarte
Courtesy of Caterina Tiazzoldi and Eduardo Benamor Duarte

Cite’ de l’architecture et du Patrimoine: Architecture for Children in Paris, France, in collaboration with Eduardo Benamor Duarte, is hosting an event showing two projects: Onion Pinch and Napping Pod which started December 8th, 2010 and runs until February 27th. Onion Pinch is a cork installation originally conceived in occasion of the Digital Primitive Event proposed as a parallel event of the Lisbon Biennial Experimental Design. The design is a Babies and Adult Rest Station designed for the Cais du Sodre Lisbon Subway Station. Napping pod is a proposal for boarding schools and collective napping spaces. Imagine a branching tree, a babies tree, babies growing in the space like flowers and fruits. More images and project descriptions after the break.