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Transparent Hutong Installation: From Physics to Phenomena // DAGA Architects

Beijing, China

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The installation is in the form of a movable glass box. It is randomly placed in the courtyard or hutong alley, allowing people to relax and enjoy the scenery of the Hutong; It can also can also moved, allowing people to walk shuttled through the Hutong, which provide a convenient community public space for the residents in the Hutong.

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The installation shorten the distance between people,human and buildings, human and the cities.The installation “transparent box” moves around in Hutong as a showcase of the entire Hutong Museum. It presents life objects, scenes or some unexpected and interesting events of Hutong residents. The “exhibits” of the glass box constitute a dynamic museum where anyone and everything can participate.

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The museum not only shows the past but also the present and the future. As a transparent medium, glass connects the past and present of the Hutong and carries the old and future of the existing building..

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