If you’re a fan of COS (hands up, those of you who frequently haunt their stores) and a fan of all things Korean, this new art installation is for you. Entitled Loop, it’s the Swedish label’s third collaboration with celebrated New York design studio Snarkitecture.
Taking place at Seoul’s Gana Art Center, expect a giant playground of sorts (well, it was inspired by the marble games we used to play during childhood) – 100,000 white glass marbles slide along more than 400 meters of sinuous tracks before finally spilling over into an adjoining room to make a sea of marbles.
As you would expect, the installation falls nothing short of COS’ signature clean aesthetic while remaining playful. Loop is on now till 19 November, so if you happen to be in the South Korean capital during this period, drop by for a peek – it’ll probably make for a very pretty Instagram post too, no?
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