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Idea by

Juan Pablo Corral, Gareth Pearson

INTERVAL

159 Great Dover St., London, United Kingdom
Under a critical and active position towards the world around us, INTERVAL intends to transform large-scale problems to large-scale solutions. In a first step, we have fixed the look at temporary infrastructures. For example, temporary construction site closing, political advertisement or packaging for mining machinery. All these cases involve construction material becoming waste that through design could be transformed into inhabitable spaces.

INTERVAL


to improve living conditions while reducing waste

INTERVAL


to improve living conditions while reducing waste
Architects and designers must stop creating new things. We must, in the first place, make visible the infrastructures that today become waste. Then, redesign them with the aim of making them available for people and communities.
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In the context of increasing resource scarcity and environmental degradation, as well as inequality and deprivation within societies around the world, we believe that the solution lies in the design of things. Through design, we can minimise waste, extend the useful life of materials, and redirect materials in ways that benefit society.

We are able to address the needs of organizations across sectors to fulfill their obligations to minimise environmental impact, as well as to reduce costs. At the same time, we aim to address various needs of deprived sectors of society, whether through the provision of quality public facilities, affordable building materials, or other material applications.



INTERVAL


to improve living conditions while reducing waste

INTERVAL


to improve living conditions while reducing waste
Architects and designers must stop creating new things. We must, in the first place, make visible the infrastructures that today become waste. Then, redesign them with the aim of making them available for people and communities.
File under

In the context of increasing resource scarcity and environmental degradation, as well as inequality and deprivation within societies around the world, we believe that the solution lies in the design of things. Through design, we can minimise waste, extend the useful life of materials, and redirect materials in ways that benefit society.

We are able to address the needs of organizations across sectors to fulfill their obligations to minimise environmental impact, as well as to reduce costs. At the same time, we aim to address various needs of deprived sectors of society, whether through the provision of quality public facilities, affordable building materials, or other material applications.




Idea by

Juan Pablo Corral, Gareth Pearson
INTERVAL
159 Great Dover St.
London
United Kingdom
Under a critical and active position towards the world around us, INTERVAL intends to transform large-scale problems to large-scale solutions. In a first step, we have fixed the look at temporary infrastructures. For example, temporary construction site closing, political advertisement or packaging for mining machinery. All these cases involve construction material becoming waste that through design could be transformed into inhabitable spaces.