January 8, 2020
Architect Robert Skitek of RS+ has designed a group of public seating shelters that line a walkway alongside a river in Cieszyn, Poland, that’s moreover the border with the Czech Republic.
Equipped with a very slim and abandoned strip of land on the steep monetary establishment of the Olza River, the architect aimed to create a horny public home and to design carriers for an exhibition in regards to the historic previous of a divided area.
Designed to be an ‘Outdoors Museum’, the spherical seating platforms named ‘The Events Circles’, encourage people to sit back out and profit from the view, nonetheless on the same time, as well as they current a second to check in regards to the historic previous of the world.
The architects level out, “a really highly effective drawback was to create a attribute element – a emblem of the Museum, which could hyperlink areas belonging to 2 completely totally different nations. We decided to create a type of enchantment for these strolling on the other side of the border river: “hey, proper right here we’re, it’s value coming proper right here, we invite you warmly”.
At night time time ‘The Events Circles’ are illuminated to attract the attention of pedestrians and provide particulars about important events throughout the historic previous of the city. This information shall be seen on the plaques which is perhaps hooked as much as the surface of the circles.