Collaborative project with the Convergence Foundation and the Ariana Museum

Housing Park

Image © Baptiste Coulon

Housing Park exhibition presents pieces from patients of the Geneva University Hospital, the child psychiatry section, from workshops organized in collaboration with the Convergence Foundation and the Ariana Museum.

A house is an envelope, a place to live. It should be designed to make us feel comfortable. However, many buildings today are square, banal and cold. Because simple shapes and less expensive materials make it possible to construct buildings quickly and economically. Doesn't this create visual pollution? Doesn't this influence our way of living? What types of houses do young people want to live in today? What envelopes do they need?