What we did in week 4? in-depth analysis of two precedents, Plantoid and Terra0; production of a micro and macro process map of our self-owned shop; prototyping. (Courtesy of John Fass).

Extraction from precedents

Analysis of Terra0: what technology they use? how? and what we can use (Made by Sue & Alex).
Analysis of Plantoid: What technology it use? how? and what’s drawbacks (Made by David & Tatiana).

How do people use the shop?

Micro Diagram of our idea — how do people interact wiht the store (Drawn by Sue)

How is the macro shop network built?

Macro Diagram of our idea — How do the store reproduce itself and make a store chain network (Drawn by Tatiana).


Initial models: we make simple models from cardboard and plastic sheets and interactive interfaces (Courtesy of David)

Middle Point Presentation

Pictures from the presentation when we demonstrate our concept and idea (Courtesy of Sebastian).


Sometimes designers are not problem solvers, but rather cunning ‘escapees’. We have chosen to put wheels on shops so that they can move in order to avoid the tricky problem of ‘paying for land’. The result is that mobility does add democracy to the shop.


Catlow, R., Garrett, M., Jones, N. and Skinner, S., 2017. Artists Re: thinking the Blockchain (Vol. 1, №3rd). Torque editions.



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