Translucent Justice Vignaitte competition:First prize for Bllend Design Team

Translucent Justice Vignaitte competition:First prize for Bllend Design Team

Designer
BllendDesignOffice
Location
Athens, Greece
Project Year
2011
Category
Cities

Translucent Justice First prize By Bllend

BllendDesignOffice as Designers

Bllend Design Team: Helen Brasinika Director & Head Designer Anastasia Rokkou Senior Design Technologist/3D renderer


The International vignaitte design competition under the theme Translucent Justice organized by the SocioDesignFoundation.


We are more than the sum of our parts and as such is our environment. Between architecture and Sociology lies the truth that there is a strong spatial impact on the psyche of society. To fully understand this impact is impossible, but its recognition gives the opportunity to use design to change the world.


Bllend Design Team responded to the design competition under the title translucent justice, with a single vignaitte which acknowledges space like justice is never distributed as a solid component. They are both socially constructed differentiated, experienced, negotiated violated and challenged on constantly shifting social, political, economic, environmental and geographical terraings. By blending concrete divisions of public and private, just or injust, our proposal suggest the need to theorize and actively develop a translucent spatial framework which gives insights on not only how injustices are produced but also on how spatial awareness can promote the pursuit of justice.

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