Cooperation Karla Kupilíková Jolana Říhová Jana Říhová
The goal of the orientation system solution was to encourage parkvisitors to use public space more freely and lure them out of theordinary routes. The concept encourages the sharing of commoninterests at the designated coordinates, while also discussingwhether these activities actually belong to the public space orwhether they exist at all.
The park was divided by a radical grid system into individual parcels, marked with stabbed wood stakes regardless of bushes or ponds. These form a meeting point dedicated to activities that could be done in the public space.
Individual plots are marked with oak stakes
Each painted oak stake depicts a specific activity, and at the same time raises the question of whether this activity belongs to the public space at all
The oak stakes are in a precisely defined by grid system in the ground