可动墙面的路标是抽斗。如果微小的抽斗大量堆积起来，应该能自由地操作墙面。考虑成本，工期，考虑重量，此次决定使用40mm角的纸管的抽斗。使用方法是自由。强调立体的「浮雕」，强调平面的「镶嵌」，或强调光线的「侵蚀」。自由挖掘(Dig It)由小正方形被形成的数位式样的(DIGIT-al)墙面 。访问这个空间的人的数，碰这个墙面的手的数越多，DIGIT越推广展示的可能性。
What on earth does it mean to “show things”? This simple question is the one we need to ask ourselves in order to realize a display of merchandise and spatial installation at the same time. Generally a room is surrounded by hard substances, to which we fix things in one of the following three ways: we place them on it, hitch them to it, or hang them from it. But a flexible wall with plasticity would give rise to a fourth way, i.e. burying them in it.
Like a cave dug in a cliff, or fossils hundreds of millions years old trapped in lava, when something is buried in another entity, it constitutes an inseparable whole with the background. If we apply this to the shop display, we should be able to develop a new display method where goods and space are fused with each other. To create a plastic wall, we have devised drawers made small to the limit and piled them in huge numbers.
Considering cost, time allowed for the project, and weight, led us to use paper square pipes 40X40mm for the main body and 35X35mm for the drawers. To fill the gap between drawers, the 40X40 pipes are fixed onto the front edges and the opening in those pipes are filled with cardboard in the front. 10,000 set of drawers with this tiny slide mechanism will be prepared, which will cover the whole wall.
They can be used in any way possible. They could be like glyphs when three-dimensionality is emphasized, like an inlay when flatness is focused, and even “corroded” with light. This is a DIGITAL wall made of tiny squares which people can just DIG IT their own way. Possibilities for display are infinite here, as is our imagination.
项目名称：DIGIT －DIESEL HOME COLLECTION INSTALLATION PROJECT－
地址：東京都渋谷区渋谷１丁目２３－１６ cocoti B1F
Project title：DIGIT －DIESEL HOME COLLECTION AREA INSTALLATION －
Address：cocoti B1F, 1-23-16, Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Design Firm：Tsutsumi & Associates
Designer: Yoshimasa Tsutsumi
Construction： Kokensha Co.,ltd.
Paper-tube：Nippon Kakou Kizai Co.ltd.