[Learning by Sea Urchin > Paper Dwelling, Model 1:1]


The [Collecting System] was set up in Moriya, Japan, in 2004. It collected shredded paper and cardboard for experiments, constructing [Paper Dwelling > Learning by Sea Urchin, Model 1:1], and making [Walking City]. The unused material came from households, offices, schools, stores and restaurants. It was either delivered to the school or was picked up.


Places producing unused materials, place for storing unused materials and donated paper being delivered:



[Paper Dwelling > Learning by Sea Urchin, Model 1:1] is constructed out of cardboard gathered from [Collecting System]. The cardboard is glued together:



A workshop was done for collecting material and assembling the construction. Templates were made by cutting carbord for the construction units.



Entrance



Students visiting [Learning by Sea Urchin > Paper Dwelling, 1:1 Model]




Interior view of the ceiling




[Learning by Sea Urchin > Paper Dwelling, Model 1:1 at AIT]:
The dwelling was used in the education place AIT, Tokyo for a period of time. It was used as a space for discussion, reading room, and meetings.




After being at Arts Initiative Tokyo, the dwelling was taken apart and became unused materials that entered the official state collecting system.



[Collecting System]
[Cooking Glue] and [Paper Brick]
[Model and 3D-drawings > Learning by Sea Urchin]

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