Green Sculpture that Symbolizes Infinity: The Infinite Green in Wroclaw

Green Sculpture that Symbolizes Infinity The Infinite Green in Wroclaw (1)

Tadeusz Kalinowski Art Foundation have designed The Infinite Green, a green sculpture in Wroclaw, a city in Poland. The city participates in the competition for European Capital of Culture 2016 and ‘The Infinite Green’ project is part of the visual arts program.

Description by Kalinowski: The Infinite Green is an example of a „green sculpture” which is a combination of steel and wood construction, soil and vegetating plants. Sculpture may remind graphic symbol of infinity especially observed from point of bird view perspective. Viewer has an access into interior of the structure. Additional aspect of the sculpture may be a color of plants: many shades of green color appear while different species are planted on 110 m2 on 7 shelves-levels of a sculpture. They also blossom in a different time of a year. Only perennials in quantity of 100 have been applied here.

Green Sculpture that Symbolizes Infinity: The Infinite Green in Wroclaw 6

A skylight is located in the upper part of the structure providing the main source of light inside the structure during the day. Irrigation system is applied under each layer especially considering internal parts of a structure where shade plants are plated. Less dose of water is required by succulents and bigger quantity are needed by shade plants. Project is a part of a visual art program of European Capital of Culture Wroclaw 2016 and will be continued at least till fall 2017.

Production: Tadeusz Kalinowski Art Foundation
Project sponsored by Impart, Wroclaw, Poland.

Green Sculpture that Symbolizes Infinity: The Infinite Green in Wroclaw 5

Green Sculpture that Symbolizes Infinity: The Infinite Green in Wroclaw 4

Green Sculpture that Symbolizes Infinity The Infinite Green in Wroclaw (4)

Green Sculpture that Symbolizes Infinity: The Infinite Green in Wroclaw 3

Green Sculpture that Symbolizes Infinity: The Infinite Green in Wroclaw 2

Green Sculpture that Symbolizes Infinity The Infinite Green in Wroclaw (7)

Green Sculpture that Symbolizes Infinity The Infinite Green in Wroclaw (9)

Green Sculpture that Symbolizes Infinity The Infinite Green in Wroclaw (10)

Green Sculpture that Symbolizes Infinity The Infinite Green in Wroclaw (15)

Green Sculpture that Symbolizes Infinity The Infinite Green in Wroclaw (11)

Green Sculpture that Symbolizes Infinity: The Infinite Green in Wroclaw 1

Sculpture that Symbolizes Infinity - The Infinite Green in Wroclaw (13)

Sculpture that Symbolizes Infinity - The Infinite Green in Wroclaw (14)

blank

Newsletter HomeWorldDesign

To be updated with all the latest projects

Most Recent

Most Popular

Wide Open House Encompassed by Lush Vegetation in Mexico 13

Wide Open House Encompassed by Lush Vegetation in Mexico

The Wide Open House is formed by public and private areas divided into three main floors and half one for various services. On the ground floor a generous living and dining room is located next to the kitchen that integrates a living area.

Japanese garden: Spiritual refuge designed for contemplation and inner peace

If you love traditional Japanese gardens and you want to know more about how to decorate a Japanese garden you have arrived at the...

Old Dutch Farm Renovated with Preservation of Ancient Wooden Trusses

Renovation of the old dilapidated Dutch farm with barn, storage shed and separated by a small house. New views of the surrounding landscape, overlooking...
Eco Houses , Rebelo de Andrade Architecture & Design

Eco Houses / Rebelo de Andrade Architecture & Design

The Eco Houses grew from a double conceptual root. On the one hand, ensuring the profitability of Pedras Salgadas Park as a tourist hotel project made the option between rehabilitating the existing hotel or building a new one a project that was as slow as it was costly.
Striking Rooftop Addition to a Top Floor Flat in North East London 10

Striking Rooftop Addition to a Top Floor Flat in North East London

deDraft were approached by a young family to design a striking rooftop addition to a top floor flat in Walthamstow, North East London. With one child they sought to utilise the generous proportions of the 1950’s Warner flat to create a dedicated master suite with the inclusion of any external terrace space, taking in the uninterrupted views of Lloyd Park

More Articles Like This