Wonderfully resourceful idea and implementation.
In overcrowded Seoul, there’s little room for parks. If someone wants to book time at one of the few public fields to play baseball or soccer, it can take a couple of months to get a reservation. To give more people access to play, a team of designers found a way to make more sports fit in the city: They shrank the typical sports field.
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