Non-Intentional Design: Investigating alterations of space/objects at the public/private boundary in suburban Tokyo, Japan. A resource by Contact: Chris Berthelsen

Exterior Lighting in Pole and Cord

Exterior lighting constructed from the cord of a portable spotlight fastened to a plastic pole leant against wall and supported by overhang. Electrical cord wrapped around pole takes up the slack and provides a saftey net in case of pole slippage.
Exterior Lighting in Pole and Cord
Exterior Lighting in Pole and Cord
Exterior Lighting in Pole and Cord

Materials: Plastic Pole, Electrical Cord
Location: Shibuya, Tokyo

Tied Up

Bicycles and plants secured with heavy duty electrical wire tied to hooks and window grill.
Materials: Electrical Cord
Location: Nakano-Ku, Tokyo

Outdoor Storage in Electrical Cord

Outdoor storage for a workshop constructed by strapping trolley to side of workshop with electrical cord.
Materials: Electrical Cord
Location: Akishima, Tokyo

Mega-Cities: Design Anthropology and Urban Landscapes
I'm delighted and honoured to have my FIXES work included in Jared Braiterman's Tokyo University graduate seminar on mega-cities.
You can download the syllabus [HERE]

Thanks to the URBAN DESIGN Lab 西村・北沢・窪田 都市デザイン研究室, Department of Urban Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo for making this a featured resource of their lab [LINK]

Vision Plus 2010
Thanks to the organizers of the conference for selecting this project as a featured resource, even though I was not able to attend.

Article: Small Places of Anarchy in the City: Three Investigations in Tokyo on This Big City

Article: The Non-Intentional Landscape of Tokyo - read at This Big City

Article: Framework for Neighbourhood Creative Climate - read at This Big City

Tokyo Green Space from Jared Braiterman is a great inspiration [LINK]

Urban Bricolage by @ehooge is an inspiring site on a related theme [LINK]

Treepolis by Christoph Rupprecht inspires me with investigations into informal green space, cities, and urban ecology with a focus on Australia and Japan [LINK]

Everyday Structures by @alanwiig is another fine site in the same vein [LINK]