N-08 Collection INDERGARTEN

Ten variations on three wooden shapes (a circle, a square, and a rectangle) comprise Yellow Nose Studio’s INDERGARTEN series. True to the spirit of simplification, Yellow Nose Studio has dropped the ‘K’ from the word ‘Kindergarten’ to invite viewers into a space of possibility guided by playfulness and curiosity.
The childhood imagination serves as the exhibition’s fertile ground, through which new geometries and architectural structures emerge from gestures like the stacking of blocks. Such processes of creation nod to the philosophy of Friedrich Froebel, who in 1840 established the first Kindergarten for young children – a term that literally translates as a ‘children’s garden’, denoting a piece of land offering opportunities for exploration and observation in harmony with nature.
Text by Anna Dorothea Ker    Photo by Daniel Farò