Nowadays people use to rush incessantly. Always more often our busy agenda leaves less time for a relaxing, exploring or a simply creating moment. 

It’s time to stop and breath. 

This unit asked its contributors to ‘pause’, investigate and design innovative ways to creatively stop and make up more time for themselves.

The aim was to take a breath from daily problems and recent uncertainty events and create meta-spaces or devices where to stop and get a rest from our frenetic life. 

The up-cycled proposals were lightweight, transportable or wearable to be deployed anywhere with relative ease, and to create feelings of connected or disconnectedness, providing varying levels of relationship, permeability, reflection or even aloofness with other people.The workshop was held in London.