Ring –shaped walkway is set to be built near Flint Castle in Wales

Aug 01, 2017

George King Architects was awarded a project following a competition that invited architects and artists to draw up ideas for a vacant site near Flint Castle in North Wales. The proposal was a large ring. The 30-metre diameter rusted ring touches the ground at two points to represent the unstable nature of the crown, according to the architects. The structure will be at a height of seven metres off the ground and will have a walkway with views of the River Dee. The ring also seeks to incorporate local histories engraved on the inner surface of the buried portion. The people, however, see it as a sign of oppression as it a historic symbol of King Edward I and the castles he built to resist the Welsh struggles.

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