Architect Robert Skitek of RS+ has designed a series of public seating shelters that line a walkway along a river in Cieszyn, Poland, that’s also the border with the Czech Republic.
Equipped with a truly slender and abandoned strip of land on the steep financial institution of the Olza River, the architect aimed to originate a perfect public region and to perform carriers for an exhibition about the historical past of a divided verbalize.
Designed to be an ‘Out of doorways Museum’, the circular seating platforms named ‘The Events Circles’, abet of us to chill out and like the peep, however at the identical time, in addition they present a moment to gain out about the historical past of the verbalize.
The architects point out, “the biggest train modified into as soon as to originate a characteristic part – a symbol of the Museum, which would hyperlink areas belonging to 2 diversified countries. We decided to originate a extra or much less enchantment for those walking on the replace aspect of the border river: “hey, right here we’re, it’s value coming right here, we invite you warmly”.
At night ‘The Events Circles’ are illuminated to entice the honor of pedestrians and present records about crucial events in the historical past of the metropolis. This records could well perhaps also moreover be viewed on the plaques that are linked to the exterior of the circles.