Provides a sense of multidirectional decision making and seduces for a second view to know more of what is inside.
Way finding that as walking through the grass or pavement shows the entrance/direction to the Capitol of the U.S.
One of my model priorities was to create a mirror (inside/out) wayfinding object of awareness, to promote self responsibility to visitors and residents alike. Not: “Why This Happens To Me/Us”, but instead: “Why I am like I am?”
An element of uncomfortability that while wind pass through the cone it could reverberate or whisle.
According to cognitive science encoding is a process in which the brain reinforces the object representation of our focus for memory recovery. In order for this to happen it has to be meaningful. A mnemonic object makes the experience personal, relatable and transferable.
The objective of this INTERVENTION model is to create a mirror reflexion experience of self during our current social disturbances, and with it providing a simplified way out of the uncomfortable feelings of social unrest, self bias, and peer pressure… a unique survival mantra:
Based on three E’s of trauma: Event, Experience, and Effect from The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), a traumatic experience has long lasting effects at the individual/societal level, but it variates from each person in influence and the weight it carries over time.
I designed a walk through the phases of conflict to resolution to carry out a digestive tool of the traumatic event instead of leaving to the individual the recovery task by themselves.
A directed closure, in a way!
The design is a modular structure for easy assembly.
The audience experience must be:
Aims to promote:
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”