Tempo Patisserie by Parasite Architecture Studio, Timisoara – Romania

March 25th, 2014 by retail design blog

Dealing with the materialistic world of today, the value of personal time gains, perhaps paradoxically, a vital importance. Time is now our most precious asset, but as a rule we tend to forget about it. TEMPO proposes a recess in the overcrowded schedule, a peaceful break during the day. Little habits can be reinvented inside a space which invites to leisure and lethargy.

The arrangement offers various configured places where you can “waste your time”. Some are designed for people in a rush, other comfortably designed on surrounded couches and other are exposed, placed between pillars, open towards the pedestrian space outside. The graphics is a personal interpretation of possible daily schedules, different for every one of us, but centered around their most needed breaks. Take your time…

Design: Parasite Architecture Studio
Photography: Attila Wenczel













http://www.contemporist.com/2014/03/05/tempo-patisserie-by-parasite-architecture-studio/

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