Throughout my year of MA Interior Design education I have become more and more aware that everything around us affects the way we behave and interact with each other. Interior spaces and objects of our surroundings affect our relationships, feelings, memories and even decisions we make.
The idea was to design an “anti-loneliness” device in non-places where people could interact with it during waiting time. As humans separate and build barriers between each other, I aimed to change this perception, applying additional function to a wall. It could open us to different possibilities and relationships amongst each other. As well as that, it could allow us to feel “inside out”, giving an opportunity to meditate at any time. This could be a way of meditation and also interaction not only with the object, but also with other people who are engaging with the wall.