YOMO Youth Mobile Festival / World Mobile Congress
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Client: Our Dream School
Scope: Design and implementation of the participative installation wall and 3D space at Youth Mobile Festival.The project’s role has been to design a series of activities and workshops in order to promote dialogue within the schools worldwide community.


PARTICIPATIVE INSTALLATION

Program: Participatory Process that invites schools around the world to contribute with their own ideas and desires to improve and create a new model of school.

At Our Dream School stand attendees were invited to participate in a groundbreaking project in which their collective voices will help create a new model of school—one that is built to support what they want and need in order to learn and excel.
A Participative installation  invited students to create a journey through their dream school. A ten meters long wall was available to interact by writing, drawing and hanging colorful origami kites with their ideas and desires.

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Our goal was to find out what young people expect from the school of the future, how they want it to be. We asked them to write and draw on wallpapers and fill in a survey about their dream school.We got more than we expected! +700 survey answers and +100m2 of ideas & dreams compiled during the four days of YOMO Youth Mobile Festival.

Everything is possible!

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Posted by:ARQUIKIDS

Arquikids creates educational programmes & activities related to architecture and built environment for young people and children. We create situations that will lead children to experience and experiment with architecture themselves. Workshops / installations / trips / hand on activities / visits

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