Gondola Mosaic Bench

Gondola Mosaic bench design is inspired by decorating patterns and image of ancient Vietnamese boat in era Van Lang – Hung Kings. The bench is made from concrete and is covered with traditional ceramic. The yellow pottery Mosaics pieces which can absorb and reflect light very well. So they can shine brightly and looks like the bench is covered with a gold glitter. In addition, the bench is not only a sculpture has shape like a boat but also the highlight of the park as well as a rest stop for visitors to enjoy spacious and romantic lake landscape. When looking at this bench, people can think about octopus tentacles, circular clouds in ancient Vietnamese landscape paintings, toe cap and so on. Especially, this bench conveys the image of Gondola boat at Venice, Italia; therefore, we name it “Gondola Mosaic Bench”.

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