Korean Artist solves for a common problem with outdoor facilities -- creating enough light at night.

Otro is a skateable sculpture located in Vassivière Island, France by Korean artist Koo Jeong-A. It is designed to extend skating hours past daylight by being a glow in the dark structure.

The structure, which is set against a backdrop of trees, is made of green phosphorescent concrete and is comprised of deep ovoid forms that are connected by tunnels, successfully combining a beautiful form that is also practical.

Take a look at the pictures below for a better understanding of the layout.

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