Contemporary Monument

Contemporary Monument by the people, for the people, of the people by Hyunje Joo




Contemporary Monument
Photo © Hyunje Joo

One single unit itself performs as a seating, play, and lighting. And, when it grows and make clusters, new function will be introduced as a city monument.

Contemporary Monument
Photo © Hyunje Joo

The sculpture is not a fixed structure, It can be transformed by the people for their use, with light weight. And many sculptures are being used for various combinations.

Contemporary Monument
Photo © Hyunje Joo

The bench is a platform. It is not where people pass by, but where people stay, experience and get communications.

Contemporary Monument
Photo © Hyunje Joo

Sustainability LED inside of sculpture
Since bench is an in/outdoor installation, it should have its own energy supplier without cable. Each box is designed to plug into those holes for LED Light Up. When it is fully charged it can last 6 hour.

Contemporary Monument
Photo © Hyunje Joo

Structure
Load will be transferred through pool balls, when people seating. Dimension 1200mm x 400mm x 400mm of box is considered as a basic unit. Source by Hyunje Joo.

Contemporary Monument
Photo © Hyunje Joo
  • Location: Donuimun museum village, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
  • Architect: Hyunje Joo
  • Material: 4.5T P.C., Ball pool, led,
  • Size: 1200x400x400mm
  • Project Year: 08.2017
  • Photographs: Courtesy of Hyunje Joo
Contemporary Monument
Image © Hyunje Joo
Contemporary Monument
Image © Hyunje Joo
Contemporary Monument
Photo © Hyunje Joo

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