Street Report No.2 Hooks & Holes (Design Research)
This second investigation in the Street Report series looks at the Sungei Road Thieves Market in Singapore, a place where an informal and fluid network of market vendors come together to sell an array of second-hand items. This work attempts to capture the vibrant spirit of the market by focusing on a very specific area of interest—the “system” of hooks and holes found on the road surfaces where the market sits.
Street Report is an ongoing project of detailed accounts or statements describing events and situations on the street by a Street Reporter, usually as the result of observation and inquiry.
Faiz Bin Zohri is a landscape architect, horticulturist and permaculturist driven by interactions and adaptations between the natural/man-made and the inside/outside. He is currently an Associate at Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl, an associate trainer at the Center for Urban Greenery & Ecology, and runs a wild-garden design studio Stable Unstable. (stableunstable.org)
|Format||Softcover, 80 pages, English Book|
|Edition Size||First Edition of 1000|
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