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"Minima Moralia" is a programmatic vision for London's backyards and interstitial spaces. The project is a tiny cellular pop-up space to be inhabited by designers, sculptors, painters, musicians and other creatives. Acting as a window into the artistic mind, the space allows a glimpse into the creative processes that take place inside.
During the London Festival of Architecture, “Minima Moralia” will pop-up on Dalston Roof Park. The installation will not only be open to the public, but also host series of events and activities to support the local community of artists.
"Minima Moralia" is a tiny urban intervention project that stitches together different social and programmatic layers in the community. It is a social experiment that promotes human interaction and interconnection between private spaces and public use.
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