Koo Jeong A x Wheelscape, Evertro, 2015. Commissioned by Liverpool Biennial and Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson  Location: Liverpool Year: 2015  We were approached by artist Koo Jeong A to assist in creating a three-dimensional concept design based on her ideas for a new glow-in-the-dark skatepark in Liverpool. The design responds to its immediate surroundings, as well as drawing on Koo Jeong A’s references to diamond shapes and forms conceived through the artist’s interpretation of the area. This permanent sculpture is a new public space for the city and a fully functional wheels park, open to skaters and BMX bikers to use and enjoy. Evertro is part of the Everton Park Action Sports HUB.   ''The work is an interesting meeting of public art and the regeneration of a deprived area of the city, bringing together local skateboarders, the city council, neighbourhood community groups and Liverpool Biennale in this single pioneering project.'' (The Guardian)  Photo credit:  Thierry Bal
       
     
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 Koo Jeong A x Wheelscape, Evertro, 2015. Commissioned by Liverpool Biennial and Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson  Location: Liverpool Year: 2015  We were approached by artist Koo Jeong A to assist in creating a three-dimensional concept design based on her ideas for a new glow-in-the-dark skatepark in Liverpool. The design responds to its immediate surroundings, as well as drawing on Koo Jeong A’s references to diamond shapes and forms conceived through the artist’s interpretation of the area. This permanent sculpture is a new public space for the city and a fully functional wheels park, open to skaters and BMX bikers to use and enjoy. Evertro is part of the Everton Park Action Sports HUB.   ''The work is an interesting meeting of public art and the regeneration of a deprived area of the city, bringing together local skateboarders, the city council, neighbourhood community groups and Liverpool Biennale in this single pioneering project.'' (The Guardian)  Photo credit:  Thierry Bal
       
     

Koo Jeong A x Wheelscape, Evertro, 2015. Commissioned by Liverpool Biennial and Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson

Location: Liverpool
Year: 2015

We were approached by artist Koo Jeong A to assist in creating a three-dimensional concept design based on her ideas for a new glow-in-the-dark skatepark in Liverpool. The design responds to its immediate surroundings, as well as drawing on Koo Jeong A’s references to diamond shapes and forms conceived through the artist’s interpretation of the area. This permanent sculpture is a new public space for the city and a fully functional wheels park, open to skaters and BMX bikers to use and enjoy. Evertro is part of the Everton Park Action Sports HUB. 

''The work is an interesting meeting of public art and the regeneration of a deprived area of the city, bringing together local skateboarders, the city council, neighbourhood community groups and Liverpool Biennale in this single pioneering project.'' (The Guardian)

Photo credit:  Thierry Bal

 Photo credit: Gareth Jones
       
     

Photo credit: Gareth Jones

 Photo credit: Thierry Bal
       
     

Photo credit: Thierry Bal

 Photo credit: Mark McNulty
       
     

Photo credit: Mark McNulty

 Photo credit: The Guardian
       
     

Photo credit: The Guardian

 Photo credit: Gareth Jones
       
     

Photo credit: Gareth Jones

Skate Park 1.jpg
       
     
Skate Park 2.jpg