LOFFI is an installation created in partnership with North Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture, or NODA. As part of their Dark_UNG Festival held in Tromsø exploring the theme of ‘Process’, a talented multigenerational team came together to create LOFFI, an aerial installation made of recycled materials from the fishing and construction industries. LOFFI is named after Lophelia, the cold-water coral that grows in the North Atlantic.
Over the course of four days, we delivered workshops with over 200 local young people, exploring iterative, additive and collaborative design processes that put them at the centre of transforming public space. Additionally, we ran CPD sessions for creative and design professionals, focusing on new methodologies in engaging young people in conversations about design and how their built environment is shaped.