British designer Paul Cocksedge has inserted a timber structure of infinite loops into a public square in Kwun Tong, Hong Kong.
Cocksedge partnered with property developer Sino Group on the installation in Yue Man Square, which aims to transform the space into a vibrant place for reflection and socialising.
Called Time Loop, the installation celebrates the ever-transforming nature of Kwun Tong, a large industrial district in Hong Kong that has seen steady development in recent years.
“This piece reflects on Kwun Tong specifically, and its architectural transformation,” Cocksedge told Dezeen.
“I wanted to reflect on this flow, and how the character of this local area has changed and evolved over time. My original drawings of this piece were always meant to represent movement, with a shape that had no beginning or end.”… Read more