Mounira Mokhtar
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Mounira Mokhtar
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Mounira Mokhtar
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Mounira Mokhtar
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Emilie Roduit
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Emilie Roduit
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Emilie Roduit
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Emilie Roduit
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Julie Grosjean
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Julie Grosjean
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Julie Grosjean
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Julie Grosjean
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Kishan Asensio
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Kishan Asensio
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Kishan Asensio
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Kishan Asensio
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Kishan Asensio
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Laura Beyazov
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Laura Beyazov
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Laura Beyazov
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Noemie Albertella
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Noemie Albertella
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Noemie Albertella
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Noemie Albertella
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Victor Duterme
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Victor Duterme
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Victor Duterme
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Victor Duterme
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Victor Duterme
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Tea houses reinvented by HEAD students
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Tea houses reinvented by HEAD students
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Tea houses reinvented by HEAD students
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Tea houses reinvented by HEAD students

March 2017

Reinventing tea houses: presentation of models in an original scenography

Models realized by students: Fabiola Balistreri, Laura Beyazov, Julie Grosjean, Victor Duterme, Kishan Asensio, Emilie Roduit, Mounira Mokhtar, Noémie Albertella 
Concept and realization of the scenography by students: Fatemeh Bagheri, Fabiola Balistreri, Laura Beyazov, Julie Grosjean, Emilie Roduit, Marie Widmer 

The Atelier “Space and retail design”, headed by designer Claudio Colucci, offered students in Interior architecture (Bachelor, second and third year) an immersion in the universe of rituals, specifically the one of the Japanese tea ceremony. The sensory aspect had a great importance here: taste, touch, feel, see, hear. How to intensify, multiply, transcend senses ? How to create a poly-sensory experience and a new tasting gesture through a scenario? 

Students have created tea houses inspired by the Japanese culture; sometimes playful, sometimes contemplative, but always resolutely contemporary. 

Models produced by the students will be exhibited at the Baur Foundation from March 31 to April 9, 2017 in a scenography designed and realized by students themselves. The scenography is called TAKE A WALK. The idea is to invite visitors to travel into the Japanese culture. The staging is composed of several clustered modules that recreate a forest, through which the public will be able to wander while discovering the models.    


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