Pictures by Yong Ju Lee Architecture
Yong Ju Lee Architecture possess designed the Root Bench, a round-fashioned public art sculpture that additionally acts as a share of public furnishings in the Hangang Art Park in Seoul, South Korea.
The bench became designed to suggest the looks of a tree root spreading all over the park.
High photograph by Kyungsub Shin | Backside photograph by Yong Ju Lee Architecture
The diameter of the ‘The Root’ is 98 toes (30m) and it creates a staunch distinction to the background of enormous open air park. The furnishings it creates with ‘the roots’ has three varied heights, a small chair for kids, and chair for adults, and a desk.
Pictures by Kyungsub Shin
The bench has a metal physique with concrete footings that toughen the overall make, whereas a wooden deck covers it. At evening, lights under the seating and tables creates a interesting enact, and permits the affect to quiet be interacted with because it will get darker.