Hairywood by 6a Architects


6a Architects designed, in collaboration with Eley Kishimoto, a temporary public space and landmark.

The tower creates a threshold into the new gallery space and offers an escape to watch the world go by. The small space at the top, lined with printed timber and upholstery, is like a fragment of private space open to the street.

At night the tower is lit from within and glows like a lantern.



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  1. This has been touted around for ages – its a box, with seats. I don’t think it is like a fragement of private space open to the street, as it is essentially not private, like a residential balcony is private. The existing balustraded platform next to it has more to say about external public/privacy than this Elle Decoration stuff.

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