Saturday, 15 August 2015

Pont de Singe, The Balloons Hang The Bridge Over The lake In Tatton Park

French designer Olivier Grossetet used three huge helium balloons to hang the "Monkey Bridge" over the lake in Tatton Park, a historic estate in north-west England. 

Being in a Japanese garden park attraction represents the longest rope bridge, made of cedar wood, which rises into the air on three helium-filled balloons. The ends of the bridge go straight into the water, so the visitors are unlikely to freely cross the lake. 

Pont de Singe three huge helium balloons bridge

Photo by/ Flickr Collette


Despite the fact that the tour is strictly forbidden to cross this bridge, Olivier Grossetet argues that huge balloons may well hold the weight of an average person. 

Replacing conventional base and fixing bridges three balloons, Olivier Grossetet repeatedly explained to the public the meaning of his creative ideas. According to the designer, his work of art - it is nothing else but an attempt to revive the poetry and daydreaming in the turmoil of modern life. Indeed, the bridge hanging on three balls, as if trying to brighten up our imagination stagnant. It outlines clearly discern the work of Leonardo da Vinci. 

It should be noted that for the realization of such a project is not taken French enthusiast for the first time: in 2007 he had already carried out a similar idea. Creative projects Olivier Grosseteta inspire not only many contemporary architects and environmentalists, who favor a symbiosis of man and nature. No wonder that soon it would be the work of art of everyday reality.

Pont de Singe is a Hanging Bridge Suspended by Helium-Filled Balloons in the UK
Photo by/ Flickr John Reynolds

Japanese garden park a historic estate in north-west England
Photo by/ Flickr deadmanjones

French designer Olivier Grossetet used three huge helium balloons to hang the "Monkey Bridge" over the lake in Tatton Park, a historic estate in north-west England.
Photo by/ Flickr Gary Leece

French designer Olivier Grossetet used three huge helium balloons to hang the "Monkey Bridge" over the lake in Tatton Park, a historic estate in north-west England.
Photo by/ Flickr Paul Hurst

Photo by/ Flickr Duncan Hull

French designer Olivier Grossetet used three huge helium balloons to hang the "Monkey Bridge" over the lake in Tatton Park, a historic estate in north-west England.
Photo by/ Flickr deadmanjones

Photo by/ Flickr mary artine

French designer Olivier Grossetet used three huge helium balloons to hang the "Monkey Bridge" over the lake in Tatton Park, a historic estate in north-west England.
Photo by/ Flickr Richard Hone

Reflecting the architecture of Tatton's Japanese Garden and the flight of fancy as a whole, an almond-eye bridge suggests the power of daydreams and their ability to transform reality. There is no way on or off the bridge, which is held aloft by three helium filled balloons. Instead, the work is offered as a meditation for those who wish to contemplate an impossible journey.
Photo by/ Flickr Ian Rhodes

French designer Olivier Grossetet used three huge helium balloons to hang the "Monkey Bridge" over the lake in Tatton Park, a historic estate in north-west England.
Photo by/ Flickr Tony Shertila


No comments:

Post a Comment