公共装置《Sit!》:“综合微型游戏”实验
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"Sit! By Gap Filler"是由Gap Filler在新西兰奥塔加希(Christchurch)推出的一系列六个富有创意的公共座椅实验装置。通过将惊喜和嬉戏的互动融入我们的市政基础设施,我们探索了如何将游戏元素融入我们日常生活中,适合所有年龄段的人。

这些装置从轻微的触碰——简单的黄铜牌匾——到重度的互动——设计精良的公共双向无线电,逐渐变得更加引人注目,使人们可以以新的方式互相连接。

每个实验安装了两周时间,Gap Filler团队成员监测了行为变化。

公共家具的实验性设计。

公共座椅是任何公共空间、城市设计任务书和总体规划的核心组成部分,目前,家具选择往往简化、安全,并专注于单一的活动——观看、等待或消费。我们相信公共座椅的无处不在使其成为进行“综合微型游戏”实验的完美对象。通过在我们日常的市政体验中编排更小的嬉戏时刻,鼓励游戏发生在平常不寻常的地方。

我们希望这个实验的产品和经验能够促进该领域更多的实验,并为新西兰和其他国家的城市设计师和项目开发更多永久、富有嬉戏气息的公共座椅选项的发展做出贡献。

感谢基督城市议会、Jacobs和Tait Communications的慷慨支持,他们的资金、专业知识和产品使得这个项目得以实现。

Sit!

Sit! By Gap Filler was a series of six, playful experimental installations on public seating in Ōtautahi, Christchurch. By weaving surprising and playful interactions into our civic infrastructure we’re exploring ways that we might integrate play, for all age groups, into our daily lives.

Seating with more than meets the eye.

The installations were progressively prominent moving from the lightest-touch – simple brass plaques – to the heaviest-touch – engineered public two-way radios – allowing people to connect with one another in new ways.

Misleading, and Encouraging Brass Plaques

Interactive Social Signage

Pop-O-Matic Word Game

Urban Magic 8 Ball

Surprise Bubble-Seat in collaboration with Jacobs Engineering

Push-to-Walkie-Talkie in collaboration with Tait Communications

Each experiment was installed for a fortnight, with members of the Gap Filler team monitoring behavioural change.

Experimental public furniture.

Public seating is a core component to any public space, urban design brief and master plan – presently, furniture choices tend to be pared back, safe, and focused on a singular activity – viewing, waiting, or consuming. We believe that the omnipresence of public seating makes it the perfect object to experiment with for what we could call ‘integrated micro play’. Encouraging play outside the usual places through the choreography of smaller playful moments in our everyday civic experience.

We hope the products and learnings from this experiment will result in more experimentation in this area and lead to the development of more permanent, playful public seating options for urban designers and projects in Aotearoa New Zealand and abroad.

Thanks to the generous support of Christchurch City Council, Jacobs and Tait Communications for their funding, expertise and product which allowed this project to happen.

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