Barruse table game by KC design studio, Taipei

June 25th, 2013 by retail design blog

Barruse table game located in Taipei is a complex of commercial space by Taiwan designer Kuan-huan, Liu and Hsin-yi, Lin. The program is composed of popularizing and teaching games, selling goods, and space for rent.

The most significant feature of the table game is direct interaction between people without abundant vision or sound effect. But game producers will design some interesting element like funny action, props, or background of story for increasing more sensory stimulation. The idea is try to arrange different function in space, and making people directly or indirectly experience the festive process.

We define the three main activities: teaching games, selling games, and playing game by setting three flexible paper fastening each other. Any two papers make the void space to be filled one activity. People can feel the festive atmosphere of the game here. Secondary service space in the solid form to keep the privacy needs and make different function( display, storage, seat…etc. ) by the different relationship between the paper and solid.

Designed by KC design studio & Linda Lin design
Photography by Yu-chuan, Chen

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