Run Run Run is intended as an architectural intervention that facilitates the use of the city in alternative ways. It is an infrastructure that makes it possible to turn the street into a playground and training site, helping to emancipate oneself from the dependence of the domestic space and providing opportunities to favour encounters through activities that usually promote individualism. The complex works as an urban techno-farm. A large house embedded inside a modern building. An assembly of a greenhouse and a cavern, which protects a suspended garden, where many of the ingredients that are cooked in Run Run Run are grown. Organized around an open kitchen that offers an alternative to the separation between working areas and eating areas, the project promotes the idea of bringing the overlapping of equipment to the limit. Hybridizing showers, lockers, kitchen, garden and dining room in one single interior ecosystem.
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