Tivoli Park Sculpture: Rok Grdisa

Sculpture, information pavilion, folded metal bars at different angles, archway, dynamicSculpture, information pavilion, folded metal bars at different angles, archway, dynamicSculpture, information pavilion, folded metal bars at different angles, archway, dynamicClick to enlarge

Originally designed for, and a second place winner of, the Trimo Urban Crash competition, this dynamic urban sculpture designed by architect Rok Grdisa has now become a permanent installation in Tivoli Park in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Acting as an information pavilion, this red structure made up of 6 differently folded bright red metal panels, has a sort of blooming effect that is very appealing. The interior panels include lighting, which makes for lovely nighttime illumination.

Photos by Peter Mihelic

via design diffusion and plusmood

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