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Hill st Bonfire
2016

Concept development
Spatial design
Activation

Workshopped, Euroluce, Arthur G and Luxmy Furniture commissioned Design by Toko to conceive a project promoting the Hill Street Precinct as a design destination.

Replica furniture is still allowed to be sold and a thriving business in Australia. We felt the urge to address this issue head on. With the assistance of the Whitehouse Institute and many donators of replica furniture (no questions asked) we conceived a provoking statement in the shape of a 5 meter tall bonfire of replicas. A smoke machine and projections created an illusion of an actual smouldering fire which in turn sparked a social media uproar - mission accomplished.

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Hill st Bonfire
2016

Concept development
Spatial design
Activation

Workshopped, Euroluce, Arthur G and Luxmy Furniture commissioned Design by Toko to conceive a project promoting the Hill Street Precinct as a design destination.

Replica furniture is still allowed to be sold and a thriving business in Australia. We felt the urge to address this issue head on. With the assistance of the Whitehouse Institute and many donators of replica furniture (no questions asked) we conceived a provoking statement in the shape of a 5 meter tall bonfire of replicas. A smoke machine and projections created an illusion of an actual smouldering fire which in turn sparked a social media uproar - mission accomplished.

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