As we decided before, we had a fast beginning. At 9 we met with the director of the school again and the teacher and at the with the kids that we were going to work with. In the classroom there was 20 nine-year old children and we asked them to draw us their dream canteen in 40 minutes.
Then we moved to the canteen and have an interview with the kids. We asked them some questions like,
*What do you do in the canteen?
*What do you think the problem is with the canteen?
*What is your dream canteen?
*What do you think imperfection is?
The answers were similer but still helpful. When we done with this, we asked some bigger kids to write down their definition of imperfection in one word.
Then we left the school and meet with the others, and went to the plexiglas workshop. Then as we planned before we had to go to the transporting-packaging box (kasa, kafes, sandık) maker workshop. When we were there and talked with the makers we saw that it wouldn’t be as good that we want it to be. Because of the type of the wood, unfinished viewi stability and so on. So we talked with two different makers and they both suggested us to go to a carpenter and one said it would be better to go to the one in Eminönü. We gave a chance to Eminönü and went there to see what we could do. There we founf the carpenter they told us and talked about the box idea. Luckly, he accepted wprking with us on sunday as well so that all the benches, tables and chairs would be ready till tuesday. Hopefully.