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Workshop

mobile — HOME. My House-To-Go

a Wiener Ferienspiel event (from 6 years)

Mon 28.12.2009, 10:00-12:00

mobile - HOME (I)
© Lisa Kusebauch-Kaiser

Who doesn’t dream of living in their own portable house and really enjoying a mobile life? You build your own house-to-go inspired by various examples of mobile architecture from the classical constructions of the nomads via the self-assembly house by Buckminster Fuller to ‘urban sushi’ by AWG.

Mon 28.12, Tue 29.12, Wed 30.12.2009, 10am – 12 noon

Reservations required for workshop participation:: 01-522 31 15 or office@azw.at

Impressions from summer-workshop for children at the Az W.

Concept: Anne Wübben, Daniela Zistler
Support: Julia Bruchner, Simone Reich, Daniela Zistler

Susi and the model of the 'Mittagssternzelt'
Susi and the model of the 'Mittagssternzelt'
© Michael Schwarz
Susi and Jakob in the 'Mittagssternzelt'
Susi and Jakob in the 'Mittagssternzelt'
© Michael Schwarz
Susi and the 'Mittagssternzelt'
Susi and the 'Mittagssternzelt'
© Michael Schwarz
Modell "Mittagssternzelt"
Modell "Mittagssternzelt"
© Michael Schwarz
This house can not stand yet!
This house can not stand yet!
© Az W
Preliminary canter ...
Preliminary canter ...
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Marko takes care of the window
Marko takes care of the window
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Finally the "Cardboard-House" gets alive!
Finally the "Cardboard-House" gets alive!
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The 'SMAC' arrives at its final destination point
The 'SMAC' arrives at its final destination point
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Simon, Alexandra, Cornelia and Marko moving in!
Simon, Alexandra, Cornelia and Marko moving in!
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The last one closes the door!
The last one closes the door!
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Imagine so much space in the 'SMAC' ...
Imagine so much space in the 'SMAC' ...
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Simon takes a break on the patio
Simon takes a break on the patio
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Simon taking a well-deserved rest at the end of the second workshop-day.
Simon taking a well-deserved rest at the end of the second workshop-day.
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Paul and Oskar are constructing the "Kaputt-House"
Paul and Oskar are constructing the "Kaputt-House"
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The 'Kaputt-House' assumes shape
The 'Kaputt-House' assumes shape
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Oskar, Nicolas, Moritz and Lukas (from le. to ri.) and their 'Kaputt-House'
Oskar, Nicolas, Moritz and Lukas (from le. to ri.) and their 'Kaputt-House'
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Luck of the draw ...
Luck of the draw ...
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As soon as the house starts to move it shows its alter ego!
As soon as the house starts to move it shows its alter ego!
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From upright to horizontal ...
From upright to horizontal ...
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Nicolas, Lukas, Osakr, Moritz and Paul discovered a second appliacation of their house!
Nicolas, Lukas, Osakr, Moritz and Paul discovered a second appliacation of their house!
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Off it goes - the 'Kaputt-House'
Off it goes - the 'Kaputt-House'
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At the end of the second workshop-day a well deserved break.
At the end of the second workshop-day a well deserved break.
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Mark and his model
Mark and his model
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Moritz' model offers a special children-aera.
Moritz' model offers a special children-aera.
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Nicolas spots his passion for the styrofoam-cutter
Nicolas spots his passion for the styrofoam-cutter
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During the workshop every child builds its own model
During the workshop every child builds its own model
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Julius shows his model matching with the mobile-HOME
Julius shows his model matching with the mobile-HOME
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Nicolas, Raoul, Julius and Adina explain the "Maison de Forêt" to Julia from the Az W.
Nicolas, Raoul, Julius and Adina explain the "Maison de Forêt" to Julia from the Az W.
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Adina shows the fundament
Adina shows the fundament
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Julius, Adina, panels and the wind ...
Julius, Adina, panels and the wind ...
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It's done! Raoul, Julius, Adina and Nicolas and their 'Maison de Forêt'
It's done! Raoul, Julius, Adina and Nicolas and their 'Maison de Forêt'
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Julius and Raoul demonstrate how mobile their mobile - HOME is.
Julius and Raoul demonstrate how mobile their mobile - HOME is.
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Kim-Lien and Sophie constructing their "Rohrhaus" together with Daniela from the Az W.
Kim-Lien and Sophie constructing their "Rohrhaus" together with Daniela from the Az W.
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Kim-Lien and Sophie constructing their "Rohrhaus" together with Daniela from the Az W.
Kim-Lien and Sophie constructing their "Rohrhaus" together with Daniela from the Az W.
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The "Rohrhaus" is quite compact
The "Rohrhaus" is quite compact
© Az W
Kim-Lien, Sophie and the 'Rohrhaus' ready to move on ...
Kim-Lien, Sophie and the 'Rohrhaus' ready to move on ...
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The 'Rohrhaus' offers plenty of space
The 'Rohrhaus' offers plenty of space
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The 'Rohrhhaus' is almost complete ...
The 'Rohrhhaus' is almost complete ...
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Sophie and Kim-Lien in their 'Rohrhhaus'
Sophie and Kim-Lien in their 'Rohrhhaus'
© Az W