‘helmet’ by manfred eccli



berlin-based architect manfred eccli has developed a human-focusing object which tries to abase external influences to a minimum. ‘helmet’ looks at two basic questions: what is man and which meaning has space? the concept ultimately aims to reduce spatial relationships by hiding exterior surroundings – eliminating external information found within the vast networks of our natural environments. as a result, the enclosure enhances cognitive senses, providing place for retreat and personal reflection.



helmet by manfred ecclihelmet 2.2, creates an intimate space for two people



helmet by manfred eccli‘helmet’ was presented at the ’48h neukölln’ art festival in berlin



helmet by manfred ecclithe cover material for this helmet is felt



helmet by manfred ecclimaterial and typology for ‘helmet’ will be choose in base of the context of the environment



helmet by manfred eccliother ‘helmets’ were installed in private spaces in berlin and yazd, iran



helmet by manfred eccli‘helmet 2.2’, Berlin


helmet by manfred ecclitypologies



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