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    Edges of contemporary cities are invisible. Spreaded suburbia, vast natural or undeveloped areas are blurring division for city and non-city. Ed… Read More
    Edges of contemporary cities are invisible. Spreaded suburbia, vast natural or undeveloped areas are blurring division for city and non-city. Edges of the cities are perceived as not linear but fluid. Proposed gate to the Warsaw capital city on the Terespol-Lublin route consists of a monumental road sculpture, all white, measuring 16m x 140m x 3mm and painted white street lamps within sculpture zone. With different speeds, sculpture has a time lenght ranging from 4 to 10 seconds. White glow is surrounded by mud and forest. Used materials – white reflective road paint and asphalt (for covering gap between lanes). Honorable mention in student competition / 2003 Read Less
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Edges of contemporary cities are invisible.
 
Spreaded suburbia, vast natural or undeveloped areas are blurring division for city and non-city.
Edges of the cities are perceived as not linear but fluid.
 
Proposed gate to the Warsaw capital city on the Terespol-Lublin route consists of a monumental road sculpture, all white, measuring 16m x 140m x 3mm and painted white street lamps within sculpture zone. With different speeds, sculpture has a time lenght ranging from 4 to 10 seconds. White glow is surrounded by mud and forest.

Used materials – white reflective road paint and asphalt (for covering gap between lanes).
 
 
Honorable mention in student competition / 2003
From top left corner – Site plan / Section / Plan / Description.