open house . Ányang

raumlaborberlin . APAP 2010

Open House, a vertical village, also architecture, but rather a social sculpture.

Its design is based on subjective urban studies (OPEN MASTERPLAN) and is thus, spatially and socially intertwined with the existing urban landscape. The residents as its future users are involved in the design, programming and construction. OPEN HOUSE combines individual and collective or public uses, such as a bar, a kitchen, a tea house, several pavilions, shops, workshops, a children’s home, a gallery and a community farm.
From 26 July to August 28. more than 200 people involved in our public Building Workshop. We built houses together, including its furnishings, various pieces of furniture, from children’s stools to a drafting table, as well as stencils for a variety of signs. We inaugurated completed houses, the Bar, the Tea Bang and our Real Estate Planning House, where we developed and collected ideas for future individual and collective uses of Open House. In parallel, a construction company constructed the steel frame structure, arranging five platforms located around a tower. In early September, we plan to be lift the built houses with a crane onto the platforms and to dock with the tower. This is the moment of appropriation by people, ideas and the hundreds of plants that have been cultivated by residents of Anyang and in cooperation with Marjetica Potrc.

raumlaborkorea is an intervention and research unit of raumlaborberlin invited by the 3rd ANYANG PUBLIC ART PROJECT (APAP 2010)/ A NEW COMMUNITY IN THE OPEN CITY. Open City is a self-learning laboratory, constantly in creation and transformation for the collective research of the New Community.We were asked to design, build and program the center of the open city with the purpose of initiating a process between international and local artists as well as the citizens of the open city, to discuss the issues of community against the background of rapid urban redevelopments to construct a unique form of collective space.
A complex challenge needs a complex strategy composed of 5 interweaved layers of discussion with the existing urban and social landscape: exploration, using, building, planning and space-making. Our tools for this are:

commissioned by APAP 2010

Matthias Rick with Jia Gu, Florian Stirnemann, Marius Busch and Benjamin Frick in collaboration with Collective Terrain and the citizens of Anyang, with support from raumlaborberlin-team Paula Henschel, Nick Green and Andreas Krauth

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