The work takes its form from a traditional Art Nouveau era lace pattern, made in a style of hardanger embroidery.  The work replaces the use of traditional stone pavement to mark that this space belongs to the pedestrians.

In hardanger embroidery the pattern is slightly upraised from the surface of the fabric

Similar kind of thick and durable paste is used to mark Zebra crossings

Similar kind of thick and durable paste is used to mark Zebra crossings

The model used

The model used

The work was part of a study about replacing ordinary planning solutions with art, without extra costs - the construction would not have been more expansive than the stone pavement. This is a design for an artwork that has not yet been built.

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