TORY
Therapeutic
territories
for children

The project began in the busy daily routine at the ALYN Children Rehabilitation Hospital in Jerusalem.

In a medical institute such as ALYN, TORY focuses on making a personal and private experience whilst

in the public spaces inside the hospital.

TORY is a system composed of three objects that relate to different human and architectural needs at

ALYN and creates temporary therapeutic small spaces within the hospital.

What does it take to create space? How do you define a place in the space? How do we feel and experience ourselves in the space? These questions are answered through shape, color, and new material, in the hospital medical scenery. TORY wishes to create an intimate safe place for the child and therapist to work in, a place that make the rehabilitation process more positive and pleasant.

 

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Each object has a different closing gesture  ,
with which it transforms from a two-dimensional
to three-dimensional Situation.
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Printed Anti-slip surface 
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FLORA DETAILS
Zipper
Handle
Hanger
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Wally is used as a stydy board for treatment time
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Magnetic closure
TORY TEXTILE
The TORY system uses unique
textile patterns based on drawings created by ALYN children. 
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WALLY

MOBI

FLORA

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During the work
on the project,
many different
patterns from the children's illustrations were created.
Everything is gathered together in this
pattern book.
TORY PROCESS
Different patterns from the design process
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Explor the 
design
process
 Selected sketches from the process