Pulcra Pulmentum by Fatima Hasan
by Harry / September 16, 2013
Kingston University Product and Space Masters degree student Fatima Hasan has designed a storage system "which allows users to embrace the true domestic disorder most of us live in."


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"This project questions the respective values of domestic order and disorder with a view to facilitating a potential change in perception." says Hasan.

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"It focuses on the casual placing of clothes in domestic spaces (notably the bedroom) as an example of disorder, a behaviour that might normally be discouraged or dismissed as untidiness, and seeks to present it in a more sympathetic and legitimate light."

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"The proposal references the traditional Bahraini 'Dacha', café benches with an armrest detail used by the men for temporary hanging of garments."

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"Perfectly ordered and geometric themselves, it is nonetheless a seed for encouraging messy behaviour. By consciously acknowledging and accommodating this however, it changes our perception and reveals qualities where previously none were apparent.

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