Robocut studio | Suite 1742 – Bed-in for peace
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Suite 1742 – Bed-in for peace

ABOUT THIS PROJECT

Design and manufacturing of electronic installations and interactive objects for MASSIVart’s project, in homage to the bed-in of Yoko Ono and John Lennon. This historic event for peace had taken place in the mythical suite 1742 of the hotel Queen Elizabeth, in Montreal, in 1969. In association with SIDLEE collective, the customer experience of the suite was rethought in the form of an artistic and historic path through the integration of archive documents, to put the visitors into the atmosphere of this famous action for peace. Manufacturing and electronic design of an interactive piece of furniture, with the integration of video, sound track and document from archives. Conception and diversion of the electronics for a vintage tape recorder and a telephone which broadcast, at their activation, discussions between John Lennon, Yoko Ono and the journalists who interview them in 1969.

TAGS

CNC / Laser cut / Design / Electronic development / Assembly / Consultation and artistic direction

PHOTO CREDITS

Hôtels Fairmont / MASSIVart / Robocut studio

YEAR

2017

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