A collaboration between Milan-based architects Migliore + Servetto and 40 Korean artists creates a dynamic street art installation along South Korea's Suyeoung district. The large urban graphic intervention redesigns the city's waterfront with a series of colorful, marine-inspired designs.
Architect Ico Migliore designed a large colorful-focused pattern. Once the design was finalized, 40 local artists translated the sketch into a large-scale composition. The design was in keeping with the city's redevelopment of Millak Waterside Park and sparks a dialogue about Marine life and human life - and how the environment is a shared space amongst species. The squares and patterns create a pathway along the waterfront and allow pedestrians to use the shapes as a way of maintaining a social distance from others.
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