Devotional Gardening

Our colleague Carl Di Salvo’s Public Design Workshop has a nice example of a ritual design project called Devotional Gardening. A quote from their website gives a brief overview of the project:

Devotional Gardening is a research through design project that examines possibilities of tools that serve a purpose beyond raw functionality. While tools are most commonly used as a means of focusing and harnessing human power for more efficient labor, grafting meanings from one space onto another serves to open the frame of the roles for both design and work.

Devotional Gardening is a research through design project that examines possibilities of tools that serve a purpose beyond raw functionality. While tools are most commonly used as a means of focusing and harnessing human power for more efficient labor, grafting meanings from one space onto another serves to open the frame of the roles for both design and work.

via Devotional Gardening | Prototyping SF.

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