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Using everyday "clean garbage" to create a personal a Outdoor Play-Space . Teamwork with Shlomi Friedman
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  • Using everyday "clean garbage" to create a personal a Outdoor Play-Space

    The Bacbucon project in cooperation with Messila Help-organisation in Tel Aviv, started from a point of view, that children are deserved basic things wherever they live, regardless to where they came from.

    BACBUCON was awarded with the 2nd Prize at the Child´s Play Competition of Design"1 Social Design Network and UNESCO.

    Student project in teamwork with Shlomi Friedman at the Holon Instutute of Technology. 2007
  • The Jury´s Feedback

    SECOND PRIZE: Bacbucon by Johanna Kiss and Shlomi Friedman

    Allison Arieff: A positive spin on garbage. It’s fun and reduces landfill! No easy feat. But seriously, this inventive use of trash is sure to inspire future architects and builders.

    Jean-Pierre Rossie: Bacbucon is a really interesting way to use empty plastic bottles available in large quantities in most families or collectible by children. It is suitable for children between age 3 and 12 or even older. This play material seems to be intended for use in pedagogical or youth organizational settings and less for children's free play. It’s an excellent way to recycle plastic bottles but the details given with the project remain unclear about how the joints should be made and what the possible costs can be.

    Monica Förster: Sometimes the best toys are what you have in the kitchen drawer – buckets, sticks and bottles – everyday objects that makes children use their imagination.

    http://www.design21sdn.com/competitions/6
  • As Industrial Design Students at Holon Institute of Technology - Israel, with the guidance of our teacher Adital Ela , we were assigned to a kinder garden of foreign workers´ children. We observed and studied the local human situation, and got involved in the life of the kinder garden.
  • Our project, BACBUCON gives children (from the age of 3) free play possibilities and an opportunity to think about re-use values (the children can participate with their own bottles from home). In early ages through the first steps of playing, children understand the connections. Later through playing they experience and learn to create structures. They have the opportunity to build a completely new shape every time and the structures are always open ended. 


    "If you want to see what children can do, you must stop giving them things" (Norman Douglas)
  • Our project, BACBUCON gives children (from the age of 3) free play possibilities and an opportunity to think about re-use values (the children can participate with their own bottles from home). In early ages through the first steps of playing, children understand the connections. Later through playing they experience and learn to create structures. They have the opportunity to build a completely new shape every time and the structures are always open ended.


    "If you want to see what children can do, you must stop giving them things" (Norman Douglas)

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