British designer Paul Cocksedge has inserted a timber structure of infinite loops into a public square in Kwun Tong, Hong Kong, named Time Loop which aims to transform the space into a vibrant place for reflection and socialising.
Time Loop is made up of eight loops of timber that measure 3.82 metres tall.
The interconnected rings form a continuous track that aims to reflect "a sense of motion and change".
Also the structure provides a place for locals to meet, play, rest or contemplate their surroundings.