形状像过山车的韩国楼梯

图为: The incredible 80ft-high staircase in South Korea that’s shaped like a ROLLER COASTER

  • ‘SpaceWalk’ is a traversable sculpture located in the hills of Hwanho Park in the city of Pohang
  • The steel staircase is described as the ‘perfect place from which to observe the night sky, sunrise and sunset
  • After dark, the staircase has the appearance of a ‘cloud formation’ against the night sky thanks to LED lights
  • If you don’t have the nerves for a roller coaster, try this ‘stroller coaster’ 代替.

    ‘SpaceWalk’ is a traversable sculpture located in the hills of Hwanho Park in the city of Pohang, 南韩, that is 80ft (24.6米) from the ground at the top of its loop, the highest point.

    The 333m- (1,092ft-) long steel track has LED lights built into the handrails and steps. When evening falls, these lights start to glow, giving the staircase the appearance of a ‘cloud formation’ against the night sky.

    Incredible photographs reveal the roller-coaster-shaped ‘SpaceWalk’ staircase in South Korea

    Incredible photographs reveal the roller-coaster-shaped ‘SpaceWalk’ staircase in South Korea

    The traversable sculpture is located in the hills of Hwanho Park in the city of Pohang

    The traversable sculpture is located in the hills of Hwanho Park in the city of Pohang

    The creatorsaim, 顾名思义, is to give visitors the feeling of a ‘walk through space’.

    To climb the surreal installation – which can hold up to 250 people at oncevisitors ascend a central access stair, before choosing to follow the track in one of two directions.

    One pathway is a gentle climb, while the other is steeper.

    据称,传奇骑手马克托德爵士用树枝鞭打一匹马十次,以使其通过水障碍 recorded by one visitor shows how both routes end at metal barriers at the beginning of the staircase’s eye-catching loop, there to indicate that the inverted part of it is out of bounds.

    SpaceWalk is 80ft (24.6米) from the ground at the top of its loop, the highest point

    SpaceWalk is 80ft (24.6米) from the ground at the top of its loop, the highest point

    To climb the surreal installation, visitors ascend a central access stair, before choosing to follow the track in one of two directions. One pathway is a gentle climb, while the other is steeper

    To climb the surreal installation, visitors ascend a central access stair, before choosing to follow the track in one of two directions. One pathway is a gentle climb, while the other is steeper

    The highest point that visitors can reach is 65ft (20米) 迪拜世界最高无边泳池.

    Making the climb, visitors are rewarded with a ‘magnificent’ view of the Pohang cityscape and nearby Yeongil Bay.

    SpaceWalk is also intended as an observatory – the ‘perfect place from which to observe the surrounding area, the night sky, and the sunrise and sunset’.

    The 333m- (1,092ft-) long steel track has LED lights built into the handrails and steps. When evening falls, these lights start to glow, giving the staircase the appearance of a ‘cloud formation’ against the night sky

    The 333m- (1,092ft-) long steel track has LED lights built into the handrails and steps. When evening falls, these lights start to glow, giving the staircase the appearance of a ‘cloud formation’ against the night sky

    The installation is designed to accommodate 250 people at once. It was created by Hamburg-based artist duo Heike Mutter and Ulrich Genth

    The installation is designed to accommodate 250 people at once. It was created by Hamburg-based artist duo Heike Mutter and Ulrich Genth

    Making the climb, visitors are rewarded with a ‘magnificent’ view of the Pohang cityscape and nearby Yeongil Bay

    Making the climb, visitors are rewarded with a ‘magnificent’ view of the Pohang cityscape and nearby Yeongil Bay

    SpaceWalk is described as the ‘perfect place from which to observe the surrounding area, the night sky, and the sunrise and sunset’

    SpaceWalk is described as the ‘perfect place from which to observe the surrounding area, the night sky, and the sunrise and sunset’

    'This imposing artwork plays a subtle game with the concepts of speed and acceleration,' Mutter and Genth say

    ‘This imposing artwork plays a subtle game with the concepts of speed and acceleration,’ Mutter and Genth say

    The Hamburg-based artist duo behind the design, Heike Mutter and Ulrich Genth, 说明: ‘SpaceWalk references the local mythology of the Pohang region and the prominent Korean tradition of watching the skies.

    他们添加: ‘With its characteristic curves and loops, [它] initially puts one in mind of a roller coaster… however, this imposing artwork plays a subtle game with the concepts of speed and acceleration.

    This isn’t the first fantastical roller-coaster-shaped structure that the pair has dreamt up.

    早在 2011, Mutter and Genth rose to prominence after they unveiled the fairground ride-esque ‘Tiger and TurtleMagic Mountain’ in Duisburg, 德国. It’s still a major attraction today.

    Access to SpaceWalk is free to all. 产品发布和大型私人庆典, 访问 www.phaenomedia.org.