Rural Boxx/Jump

Autor // jessica zannoriPosted in // Green


Rural Boxx   sent us Jump, a project already previewed the SUN of Rimini in October 2010. Rural Boxx is a group of friends (Alessandro Zorzetto, Francesca Malonzo, Luciano Aldrighi, Luca Vivan), architects and artists, who work together to identify intervention strategies in harmony with nature, designing with materials such as

clay, hay, wood and waste materials, and promoting recycling and DIY as fundamental techniques and architectures for low cost items. The project has as its basic form the Bale of hay. Hay believed in its different forms, and packed in bulk, as this status change from traditional types of storage (such as dryers arfa thirty or Slovenian ilkozolec) and the rural tradition of piling sheaves. Springs from a huge Bowl with a compact and a flimsy top where they can dip, sit, lie down, relax and entertain. JUMP! is a portable and easily joinable structure; is a sustainable project, made with certified wood and zero environmental impact; is a versatile installation, which can occupy a parking space in the city; is a small urban reserve, which in addition to dip in the hay can be used as an area for artistic performances, outdoor cinema or picnic area.





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