No man Is an island No man is an island is a critical design concept for a temporary island.. For living cell, an eco-system, momentarily assembled of discarded ready-mades.. For an aesthetics composed of the absurdity of environmental visual clichés... A hybrid object combining an interior made of objects found at construction sights and recycle-centers, with the exterior silhouette of a desert island.. For the modern man stranded in the urban landscape of rental peaks and income dips. A ‘pop-up’ square-meters floating in the harbour of Copenhagen, temporarily drifting into view for, tourist, construction workers and art critics. In times of globalisation, environmental changes, capitalism, consumerism and population explosion, every man needs an island.