Guest 

Etiquette

We are lucky travelers.

We've arrived at the beautiful planet Earth. Nature is giving us air to breathe, water to drink, and things to eat while we travel. Getting to know the various lives that are already traveling here also makes our trip more meaningful. 


But these days, we often forget our duty as guests.

Do you think it's because you feel like you're the owner because you're so comfortable with us? After staying for a while, I think again about what I should respect as a guest.

6 Etiquette to Travel the Earth
6 Etiquette to Travel the Earth

Guest Etiquette

We are lucky travelers.

We've arrived at the beautiful planet Earth. Nature is giving us air to breathe, water to drink, and things to eat while we travel. Getting to know the various lives that are already traveling here also makes our trip more meaningful. 


But these days, we often forget our duty as guests.

Do you think it's because you feel like you're the owner because you're so comfortable with us? After staying for a while, I think again about what I should respect as a guest.

6 Etiquette to Travel the Earth
6 Etiquette to Travel the Earth

SAVE


Please cherish other creatures traveling with you. Our trip becomes more beautiful. Everything that a traveler makes is returned to Earth by food or poison. Please don't make a poison that threatens someone's life.

<IKEA’S BLANKET COVER SHIRT> cotton 60, lyocell 40 _ upcycling 99%, plastic free 99%, vegan 100% <IKEA’S BLANKET COVER MIDI SKIRT> cotton 60, lyocell 40 _ upcycling 99%, plastic free 99%, vegan 100% <IKEA’S BLANKET COVER TOTE BAG> cotton 60, lyocell 40 _ upcycling 99%, plastic free 99%, vegan 100%

LEARN


The people who traveled here before you left a lot of good guides. Read, see, experience, and learn. And share good value with other travelers.

<IKEA’S CURTAIN JACKET>  shell: recycled polyester 100,  lining: cupra 100 _  upcycling 65%, plastic free 35%, vegan 100% <IKEA’S CURTAIN SHORTS> shell: recycled polyester 100, lining: cupra 100 _ upcycling 65%, plastic free 35%, vegan 100% <IKEA’S PRINTED CURTAIN SHOULDER BAG> sustainable cotton 100 _ upcycling 100%, plastic free 100%, vegan 100%

LOVE


All of us who travel here are friends. Show kindness and smile to the dandelions blooming between the sidewalk blocks, walking in the cold city. Love and be considerate of each other. Be kind to anyone anywhere in the world.

<IKEA’S BLANKET COVER DRESS> cotton 60, lyocell 40 _ upcycling 100%, plastic free 100%, vegan 100%

FIND


Find and practice small but meaningful things. This trip will be remembered as a better memory.

<OPEN PLAN’S SLEEPING ORGANIC COTTON TOP> organic cotton 100 _ upcycling 100%, plastic free 100%, vegan 100% <IKEA’S BLANKET COVER WRAP SKIRT> cotton 60, lyocell 40 _ upcycling 99%, plastic free 99%, vegan 100%

PLAY


Sing loudly. Play an instrument. Dance and enjoy the play. Run around in the rain and have a snowball fight.

<IKEA’S PRINTED CURTAIN SHIRT> sustainable cotton 100 _ upcycling 99%, plastic free 99%, vegan 100%  <IKEA’S PRINTED CURTAIN SHOULDER BAG> sustainable cotton 100 _ upcycling 100%,  plastic free 100%, vegan 100% < OPEN PLAN SLEEPING ORGANIC COTTON TOP> organic cotton 100 _ upcycling 100%, plastic free 100%, vegan 100%

CREATE


If you have a good idea for future travelers, create one. Design a better trip with what you made.

<IKEA’S CURTAIN COAT> shell: recycled polyester 100, lining: cupra 100 _ upcycling 60%, plastic free 40%, vegan 100% <IKEA’S PRINTED CURTAIN TOP & SKIRT> sustainable cotton 100 _ upcycling 100%, plastic free 100%, vegan 100%

Guest Runway

Guest Runway

6 Questions about Exhibition and Works
6 Questions about Exhibition and Works

Please introduce the works of this exhibition.


Guest Etiquette series, a capsule collection designed upcycling with curtains and blanket covers that IKEA no longer sells.

What idea, or work from inspiration?


I think we are all travelers traveling around the beautiful planet Earth.
Nature gives us a lot of things we breathe, drink, eat, and enjoy while traveling. Various creatures traveling here also make our trip more meaningful.

But these days, we often forget our duty as guests. Is it because I feel like I'm the master? Or if you're the owner, you're using nature as if it's water. I wanted to think again about what I should respect as a guest who stays for a while.

Is there a meaning to the material used in this work?


For this Guest Etiquette series, we have received curtains and blanket covers that IKEA no longer sells.

IKEA is one of the companies that takes sincere action on sustainability. For fabric products, use sustainable cotton and recycled polyester. The curtain and blanket cover set we received this time are also made of sustainable cotton and recycled polyester. We have maximized the use of this product, which could have been discarded to increase the value of upcycling, and minimized the use of other new materials.

There is no zipper on the open-plan clothes. It's one of the first things I started to do not use plastic. Use the nut button instead. Nut buttons are made of palm fruit. It is said that when it is ripe and falls to the ground, it becomes a robber for buttons and can be produced for about 100 years without cutting down trees. For this collection, we used the nut button as the original color without dyeing. It is a small effort to reduce the use of water and energy generated during dyeing processing.

What message do you want to convey to the audience through the work?


For this capsule collection, I filmed with three children, Sayul, Saye, and Sayun.

These are the children of MYCEL CEO Sa sung jin who develops alternative leather and meat with mushrooms. This is because Guest Etiquette, who usually read books about the children's lives and climate crisis, attended the rally, practiced the garbage problem, played the guitar, painted, danced, and sang with flogging, was the image of Guest Etiquette that we wanted to talk about.

Is collaboration with IKEA a continuous project?


Last year, we first started collaborating with IKEA Korea for WWF Korea's sustainable project "Re:Textile".

I was very happy with the opportunity given to us because collaboration with IKEA and fashion brands was not common. Thankfully, IKEA gave us a positive assessment of this project. There is nothing confirmed about future collaboration, but I feel that you are always open-minded about meaningful things. I hope we can continue to collaborate with great ideas.

Is there any episode about casting IKEA?


During the last project, Open Plan interviewed IKEA Korea and introduced it on YouTube.

I visited IKEA Gwangmyeong store with head quarter and talked with people who actually worked in IKEA. I learned a lot about thinking and practicing about sustainability like a global company. Compared to other companies that put one or two eco-friendly products on the market. It was very impressive that not only the efforts for the products seen outside, but also the culture and energy of the company were directed toward sustainability, and it was wonderful to feel that they were doing it happily. The corporate philosophy of trying to contribute by finding what can be done in the community where the store is located was also unknown. So when I received an exhibition request from Daelim Art Museum, I thought I wanted to collaborate with IKEA again. And when I explained the idea of Guest Etiquette, thank you for being with me.

6 Questions about Exhibition and Works
6 Questions about Exhibition and Works

Please introduce the works of this exhibition.


Guest Etiquette series, a capsule collection designed upcycling with curtains and blanket covers that IKEA no longer sells.

What idea, or work from inspiration?


I think we are all travelers traveling around the beautiful planet Earth.
Nature gives us a lot of things we breathe, drink, eat, and enjoy while traveling. Various creatures traveling here also make our trip more meaningful.

But these days, we often forget our duty as guests. Is it because I feel like I'm the master? Or if you're the owner, you're using nature as if it's water. I wanted to think again about what I should respect as a guest who stays for a while.

Is there a meaning to the material used in this work?


For this Guest Etiquette series, we have received curtains and blanket covers that IKEA no longer sells.

IKEA is one of the companies that takes sincere action on sustainability. For fabric products, use sustainable cotton and recycled polyester. The curtain and blanket cover set we received this time are also made of sustainable cotton and recycled polyester. We have maximized the use of this product, which could have been discarded to increase the value of upcycling, and minimized the use of other new materials.

There is no zipper on the open-plan clothes. It's one of the first things I started to do not use plastic. Use the nut button instead. Nut buttons are made of palm fruit. It is said that when it is ripe and falls to the ground, it becomes a robber for buttons and can be produced for about 100 years without cutting down trees. For this collection, we used the nut button as the original color without dyeing. It is a small effort to reduce the use of water and energy generated during dyeing processing.

What message do you want to convey to the audience through the work?


For this capsule collection, I filmed with three children, Sayul, Saye, and Sayun.

These are the children of MYCEL CEO Sa sung jin who develops alternative leather and meat with mushrooms. This is because Guest Etiquette, who usually read books about the children's lives and climate crisis, attended the rally, practiced the garbage problem, played the guitar, painted, danced, and sang with flogging, was the image of Guest Etiquette that we wanted to talk about.

Is collaboration with IKEA a continuous project?


Last year, we first started collaborating with IKEA Korea for WWF Korea's sustainable project "Re:Textile".

I was very happy with the opportunity given to us because collaboration with IKEA and fashion brands was not common. Thankfully, IKEA gave us a positive assessment of this project. There is nothing confirmed about future collaboration, but I feel that you are always open-minded about meaningful things. I hope we can continue to collaborate with great ideas.

Is there any episode about casting IKEA?


During the last project, Open Plan interviewed IKEA Korea and introduced it on YouTube.

I visited IKEA Gwangmyeong store with head quarter and talked with people who actually worked in IKEA. I learned a lot about thinking and practicing about sustainability like a global company. Compared to other companies that put one or two eco-friendly products on the market. It was very impressive that not only the efforts for the products seen outside, but also the culture and energy of the company were directed toward sustainability, and it was wonderful to feel that they were doing it happily. The corporate philosophy of trying to contribute by finding what can be done in the community where the store is located was also unknown. So when I received an exhibition request from Daelim Art Museum, I thought I wanted to collaborate with IKEA again. And when I explained the idea of Guest Etiquette, thank you for being with me.

6 Weeks of Record for Collection
6 Weeks of Record for Collection

2021. 4. 15

I received an e-mail saying that the Open Plan would like to participate in the commemorative exhibition for the 2021 P4G Seoul Summit being prepared at the Daelim Museum of Art. I visited Daelim Museum of Art with excitement and had a brief meeting about exhibition planning concepts, space, and works.

This exhibition is an important concept for recycling, which saves items that can be easily thrown away by the artist's touch. I hope we can collaborate with IKEA Korea again, but can we discuss and implement it in time? Should I design it using only sleeping fabrics in the open plan? I'm busy because I don't have enough time.

I calmed down and sent an email to IKEA Korea about our plan with an explanation of the exhibition. I couldn't wait for a reply, so I took out the IKEA print curtain that I couldn't use for the last Re:Textile project.

The sale of the collection remains open. Thanks to this, I am free about the design direction and I am happy. He decided to produce his work in a macrame knot method that he had wanted to try a few seasons ago, and began cutting the curtains in the direction of bias.

2021. 4. 26

The Macrame knot method has long been used by sailors to wrap knife handles and glass bottles. It is surprising once again that the oldest record of Macrame has been found in sculptures of Babylonians and Syrians, a heritage of mankind with a history of more than 4,000 years.

The process of making fabrics using straps was relatively simple. I feel at ease when I do simple work. While working as a designer for a brand called Y&Kei, I remembered when I was preparing for the New York collection, I finished packing and put on a bead with my fellow designers after putting in the sample work. All the decisions about the design that I was agonizing over were made, and when I worked on simple and repetitive beads, peace of mind would come naturally.

When I have to make a bag, I decide the size by putting things I always carry in my bag. I usually put in books, tumblers, and shopping baskets that I am reading, but this time, I adjusted the size by putting in the veganism magazine "Wave" that Eun-hye gave me a few days ago.

2021. 4. 28

I received a welcome email from IKEA Korea last week. The news was that one blanket cover and one curtain could be provided for the exhibition. These are products that are currently sold out, and these allow us to design a richer collection. IKEA was also more than happy to hear that it had signed a business agreement for the successful hosting of the P4G.

And today a blanket cover and curtain set of four blue Fracta bags arrived at the office. Thank you again for your cooperation with IKEA Korea.

There's not much time left to be in a happy mood. The exhibition, scheduled to open on May 20, requires the art to be sent to the museum by May 10. If you have to take a picture, you should finish the shoot on the weekend before sending it to the art museum. The company began to speed up work so that it could complete all production by May 8.

2021. 4. 30


Macrame plans to tie the knot with our own hands, but for other styles, we're going to ask the sample room to make it. It is my job to hand over the work so that you can work as soon as possible because there is only a few days to complete the work. 


The dark curtain provided by IKEA this time is unique in mint color made of 100% recycled polyester. It's a color that I don't usually use, so I'm thinking about how to melt it open-plan. I should add a casual touch with a three-hap stick. Blue and navy are agonizing over the blue and navy blue. I posted it on Instagram story and asked people for their opinions. Sky blue was chosen more, but finally navy. Because I had to reduce the greasyness of this material. 


Recently, many people have listened to our stories and given us good opinions. It's a busy schedule because the simple emoticon comments are gaining strength, but I'm also working happily today. However, it is regrettable that the schedule is too tight to inform the open planners of the progress of the exhibition.

2021. 5. 2

The main goal of this collection is to increase the value of upcycling by using products that could have been discarded. Some other materials were needed for a collection that didn't hurt this goal but was not monotonous and interesting. It took out organic cotton fabric that had been stored a little after use in 2019. I'm glad it's a light green color that goes well with IKEA's curtains and blanket covers.

The work was done with macrame knot techniques and the bottom fringe was stretched out. Due to the nature of the fabric, I liked how it looked like a willow branch with a twisted belly.

I usually like clothes that are fun to layer with holes. In that sense, the Macrame series is also good. What will people think? You might wonder how you can wear this kind of clothes. Maybe I'll try something new. I tied and tied the knot thinking about one thing or another.

2021. 5. 4

I always think that clothes on mannequins look very unattractive, perhaps because clothes are supposed to be worn by people. Furthermore, discussions with the Daelim Museum of Art on how to show the clothes have been continued. We agonized over exhibiting pictures that show real people wearing them together, but it was finally decided to display only IKEA products and works made with them in line with the concept of a universal prize and the characteristics of a team exhibition.

We can't leave the remaining regret behind, so we decided to prepare for filming for our site and SNS. The collection is free from the burden of sales, so it is also free to select models. I decided to work with my children at this time. And I carefully contacted MYCEL CEO Sa sung jin, who develops alternative leather and alternative meat with mushrooms. I'd like to take a photo with your kids!’

I've never met them in person, but I've seen them through the CEO's Facebook. They are children who read books about the climate crisis, participate in the rally, and recently study what is happening in Myanmar. Playing the guitar, drawing, dancing, and singing were the images of the beautiful earth traveler we wanted to talk about.

2021. 5. 7

There's something I really wanted to do with Macrame for this upcycling mini collection: a stone necklace. But where do I get the rocks? It was a fascinating experience to realize that rocks are not common within my radius of life. First of all, I left home with two stones in my pocket.

As soon as he left the front porch of the apartment, he found round stones lying on the flower bed. Someone threw away the stone that was lying on the flowerpot. What a great timing. I don't know who it is, but I thank the stone owner and put the stones in a cloth bag.

The stones washed with water after arriving at the office were shiny and pretty. I liked the different colors and shapes. He put it by the sunny window and rolled it around to dry it for a half day.

It was a bit tricky to work on the macrame on the stone. Knotting with a cotton string made me feel so natural(?) I searched the yarn storage box and found a black string that fits well with the proper gloss. It was perfect for wrapping stones with rubber elasticity, but it was difficult to work on. One more knot, one more, and I managed to complete it.

2021. 5. 10

I had a great time yesterday, enjoying the fresh air and stepping on the soil after a long time, using filming as an excuse. Above all, it must have been because of the children who enjoyed filming. It was my first time working with children, so I prepared more than usual and took pictures, but it was also difficult to control the situation. However, the children's eyes from the camera viewfinder were serious and innocent.

Now these clothes leave for the art museum. A few days later, after finishing the basic setting at the museum, I will visit to write a description of the look on the wall. I'm discussing with the art museum what materials to use, and I'm looking forward to it.

2021. 5. 18

The first space draft for the exhibition was the runway concept. However, it has been changed to the laundry concept due to some difficult problems to solve. And the final concept was confirmed as the fitting room, with the overall outline of everything.

On the other hand, the idea of handwriting on the wall was an important point at the Daelim Museum of Art from the beginning. Thanks to the handwritten images I showed during the Re:Textile project last year, I thought this element played a role in connecting other artists' exhibitions with our works. So the handwriting was important.

The writing material was supposed to be prepared by the art museum, but Acrylic Maca won instead of the initial plan to use acrylic paint. The space I wanted to fill was quite large, so I couldn't do the main work after underwriting with a pencil. Instead, he wrote every single word in his notebook, reading the contents in his mouth. In the last look, I wrote 'OPEN PLAN' as 'IKEA'. Well, I had no choice but to use a pen to fix it. I felt uncomfortable to line up the name of IKEA that I appreciate.

After using it all, I took a step away and found that I used 'stoen' as 'stone'. In fact, Hatch, who had been to an outside meeting, fortunately found it. I found myself knowing a 'stoen' as a stone. Hhuu... I just hope the viewers enjoy it.

6 Weeks of Record for Collection
6 Weeks of Record for Collection

2021. 4. 15

I received an e-mail saying that the Open Plan would like to participate in the commemorative exhibition for the 2021 P4G Seoul Summit being prepared at the Daelim Museum of Art. I visited Daelim Museum of Art with excitement and had a brief meeting about exhibition planning concepts, space, and works.

This exhibition is an important concept for recycling, which saves items that can be easily thrown away by the artist's touch. I hope we can collaborate with IKEA Korea again, but can we discuss and implement it in time? Should I design it using only sleeping fabrics in the open plan? I'm busy because I don't have enough time.

I calmed down and sent an email to IKEA Korea about our plan with an explanation of the exhibition. I couldn't wait for a reply, so I took out the IKEA print curtain that I couldn't use for the last Re:Textile project.

The sale of the collection remains open. Thanks to this, I am free about the design direction and I am happy. He decided to produce his work in a macrame knot method that he had wanted to try a few seasons ago, and began cutting the curtains in the direction of bias.

2021. 4. 26

The Macrame knot method has long been used by sailors to wrap knife handles and glass bottles. It is surprising once again that the oldest record of Macrame has been found in sculptures of Babylonians and Syrians, a heritage of mankind with a history of more than 4,000 years.

The process of making fabrics using straps was relatively simple. I feel at ease when I do simple work. While working as a designer for a brand called Y&Kei, I remembered when I was preparing for the New York collection, I finished packing and put on a bead with my fellow designers after putting in the sample work. All the decisions about the design that I was agonizing over were made, and when I worked on simple and repetitive beads, peace of mind would come naturally.

When I have to make a bag, I decide the size by putting things I always carry in my bag. I usually put in books, tumblers, and shopping baskets that I am reading, but this time, I adjusted the size by putting in the veganism magazine "Wave" that Eun-hye gave me a few days ago.

2021. 4. 28

I received a welcome email from IKEA Korea last week. The news was that one blanket cover and one curtain could be provided for the exhibition. These are products that are currently sold out, and these allow us to design a richer collection. IKEA was also more than happy to hear that it had signed a business agreement for the successful hosting of the P4G.

And today a blanket cover and curtain set of four blue Fracta bags arrived at the office. Thank you again for your cooperation with IKEA Korea.

There's not much time left to be in a happy mood. The exhibition, scheduled to open on May 20, requires the art to be sent to the museum by May 10. If you have to take a picture, you should finish the shoot on the weekend before sending it to the art museum. The company began to speed up work so that it could complete all production by May 8.

2021. 4. 30


Macrame plans to tie the knot with our own hands, but for other styles, we're going to ask the sample room to make it. It is my job to hand over the work so that you can work as soon as possible because there is only a few days to complete the work. 


The dark curtain provided by IKEA this time is unique in mint color made of 100% recycled polyester. It's a color that I don't usually use, so I'm thinking about how to melt it open-plan. I should add a casual touch with a three-hap stick. Blue and navy are agonizing over the blue and navy blue. I posted it on Instagram story and asked people for their opinions. Sky blue was chosen more, but finally navy. Because I had to reduce the greasyness of this material. 


Recently, many people have listened to our stories and given us good opinions. It's a busy schedule because the simple emoticon comments are gaining strength, but I'm also working happily today. However, it is regrettable that the schedule is too tight to inform the open planners of the progress of the exhibition.

2021. 5. 2

The main goal of this collection is to increase the value of upcycling by using products that could have been discarded. Some other materials were needed for a collection that didn't hurt this goal but was not monotonous and interesting. It took out organic cotton fabric that had been stored a little after use in 2019. I'm glad it's a light green color that goes well with IKEA's curtains and blanket covers.

The work was done with macrame knot techniques and the bottom fringe was stretched out. Due to the nature of the fabric, I liked how it looked like a willow branch with a twisted belly.

I usually like clothes that are fun to layer with holes. In that sense, the Macrame series is also good. What will people think? You might wonder how you can wear this kind of clothes. Maybe I'll try something new. I tied and tied the knot thinking about one thing or another.

2021. 5. 4

I always think that clothes on mannequins look very unattractive, perhaps because clothes are supposed to be worn by people. Furthermore, discussions with the Daelim Museum of Art on how to show the clothes have been continued. We agonized over exhibiting pictures that show real people wearing them together, but it was finally decided to display only IKEA products and works made with them in line with the concept of a universal prize and the characteristics of a team exhibition.

We can't leave the remaining regret behind, so we decided to prepare for filming for our site and SNS. The collection is free from the burden of sales, so it is also free to select models. I decided to work with my children at this time. And I carefully contacted MYCEL CEO Sa sung jin, who develops alternative leather and alternative meat with mushrooms. I'd like to take a photo with your kids!’

I've never met them in person, but I've seen them through the CEO's Facebook. They are children who read books about the climate crisis, participate in the rally, and recently study what is happening in Myanmar. Playing the guitar, drawing, dancing, and singing were the images of the beautiful earth traveler we wanted to talk about.

2021. 5. 7

There's something I really wanted to do with Macrame for this upcycling mini collection: a stone necklace. But where do I get the rocks? It was a fascinating experience to realize that rocks are not common within my radius of life. First of all, I left home with two stones in my pocket.

As soon as he left the front porch of the apartment, he found round stones lying on the flower bed. Someone threw away the stone that was lying on the flowerpot. What a great timing. I don't know who it is, but I thank the stone owner and put the stones in a cloth bag.

The stones washed with water after arriving at the office were shiny and pretty. I liked the different colors and shapes. He put it by the sunny window and rolled it around to dry it for a half day.

It was a bit tricky to work on the macrame on the stone. Knotting with a cotton string made me feel so natural(?) I searched the yarn storage box and found a black string that fits well with the proper gloss. It was perfect for wrapping stones with rubber elasticity, but it was difficult to work on. One more knot, one more, and I managed to complete it.

2021. 5. 10

I had a great time yesterday, enjoying the fresh air and stepping on the soil after a long time, using filming as an excuse. Above all, it must have been because of the children who enjoyed filming. It was my first time working with children, so I prepared more than usual and took pictures, but it was also difficult to control the situation. However, the children's eyes from the camera viewfinder were serious and innocent.

Now these clothes leave for the art museum. A few days later, after finishing the basic setting at the museum, I will visit to write a description of the look on the wall. I'm discussing with the art museum what materials to use, and I'm looking forward to it.

2021. 5. 18

The first space draft for the exhibition was the runway concept. However, it has been changed to the laundry concept due to some difficult problems to solve. And the final concept was confirmed as the fitting room, with the overall outline of everything.

On the other hand, the idea of handwriting on the wall was an important point at the Daelim Museum of Art from the beginning. Thanks to the handwritten images I showed during the Re:Textile project last year, I thought this element played a role in connecting other artists' exhibitions with our works. So the handwriting was important.

The writing material was supposed to be prepared by the art museum, but Acrylic Maca won instead of the initial plan to use acrylic paint. The space I wanted to fill was quite large, so I couldn't do the main work after underwriting with a pencil. Instead, he wrote every single word in his notebook, reading the contents in his mouth. In the last look, I wrote 'OPEN PLAN' as 'IKEA'. Well, I had no choice but to use a pen to fix it. I felt uncomfortable to line up the name of IKEA that I appreciate.

After using it all, I took a step away and found that I used 'stoen' as 'stone'. In fact, Hatch, who had been to an outside meeting, fortunately found it. I found myself knowing a 'stoen' as a stone. Hhuu... I just hope the viewers enjoy it.

Sustainable Reports


Upcycling 93%
100% vegan
Plastic Free 87%

up-cycled sustainable cotton 53.3%
sleeping organic cotton 13.3%
up-cycled lyocell 13.3%
up-cycled recycled-polyester 12.7%
cupra 7.3%

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