seoul design olympiad 08: choi jeong hwa seoul design olympiad 08: choi jeong hwa
oct 12, 2008

seoul design olympiad 08: choi jeong hwa

rendering of installation by choi jeong hwa

last week we showed the work of korean artist choi jeong hwa. he designed the large scale installation that surrounds the jamsil olympic stadium for the seoul design olympiad. choi created the installation using various types of plastic products such as milk containers, water bottles and crates. here are more images of the installation. his works are also featured in ‘seoul design essence’ a premier exhibition curated by designboom held during october 10 – 30th, 2008.

outside the stadium image © designboom

strings of plastic bottles hang from the roof to the ground of the stadium image © designboom

image © designboom

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view of the bottles from inside image © designboom a visitor views the installation image © designboom

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