Author:
Domus
Published:
July 6, 2016
Categories:
City Fashion


Tomaso Boano and Jonas Prišmontas investigate if London will still be the capital of creativity, arts and crafts in the future, with the significant increase in educational fees and rental prices, both residential and work spaces, that are heading the city towards an era of a relentless battlefield for its citizens. London has always represented a hub for creative minds, but recently these financial pressures have turned ‘creativity’ into an industry that can only be joined by people who are able to afford an education and pay the rent without a fixed work income.
London has always represented a hub for creative minds, but recently these financial pressures have turned ‘creativity’ into an industry that can only be joined by people who are able to afford an education and pay the rent without a fixed work income.
Mimima Moralia is a critical installation, a manifesto of social hope with no political intention, inspired by philosopher and thinker T. Adorno, that investigates and reflects our “damaged lives” in nowadays London condition. The object offers tiny, cellular pop-up spaces to be inhabited by designers, sculptors, painters, musicians and other creatives.

Minima Moralia
Design: Tomaso Boano, Jonas Prišmontas
Year: 2016